Nat Geo Wild China 3-Hour Miniseries

The South China Red Panda. Their numbers have decreased dramatically due to deforestation and hunting. 
 (photo credit:  © Wegner/ARCO//

The South China Red Panda  (photo credit: © Wegner/ARCO//

Wild China premieres Sunday, June 30, 2013, at PM ET/PT on National Geographics

By Gabrielle Pantera
Hollywood, CA (Gosh!TV) 2013/6/28 -Traveling to where few cameras have ever wandered, NatGeo in China is opening up to the world for a landmark three-episode miniseries, Wild China.
Gaining unprecedented access into the country’s mysterious wildlife and diverse human communities, we’ll meet the astonishing wildlife that lives in China’s varied landscapes. High-definition cameras capture unique images of the beauty of the region, from the peaks of the Himalayas to the remote wilderness of the Tibetan plateau and all of the geographical and natural beauty in between.
Journey through this breathtaking place and discover the mysterious, beautiful, wild and rare creatures, such as snub-nosed monkeys, wild yak, wild elephants and giant panda, that live here. It’s an epic excursion that few have seen or experienced.

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