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Asia, the world's largest continent, is known for its diverse culture, coupled with exciting wildlife, from big cats to iconic great apes, as well as a plethora of fascinating birdlife in a wide range of habitats.


China is the third most biodiverse country on Earth, and is home to one of the world’s most endangered species - the giant panda. Despite also being the most populous country, China’s nature reserves teem with wildlife, with more than 550 species of mammals and an impressive 1,400 species of birds.


The country of Indonesia is an archipelago comprised of 17,000 islands and it is one of the world’s most undiscovered wildlife destinations. From the smallest primate on the planet - the spectral tarsier - to orangutans and Komodo dragons, the islands of Indonesia have an intriguing mix of wildlife.


An archipelago of over 7,000 islands, Japan’s wildlife and landscape are incredibly diverse. In the winter months, the northerly island of Hokkaido plays host to dancing Japanese cranes and huge Steller’s sea eagles, whilst the snow covered hills of the Japanese Alps are the abode of hot spring bathing Japanese macaques.


Russia, the largest country in the world, stretches for 8000 kilometres from the Baltic Sea right across Northern Asia to the shores of the Pacific. Covering a staggering nine time zones, this immense area boasts a wide range of natural environments, ethnic peoples, and flora and fauna.