Join in as we explore Wildest Asia, a documentary film travelling across Asia to witness its astounding nature and animal wildlife.
From groups of monkeys taking hot spring baths in the otherwise cold Japanese mountains – to endangered pandas feeding in the Wolong Reserve in Western China, Wildest Asia takes a look at the many exotic and elusive creatures who call Asia their home.
Although it is a home that has steadily declined due to humans encroaching on their natural habitats – leaving them with bits of what was once a vast natural kingdom – most of the animals pictured in this documentary are all surviving in remote or mostly uninhabitable natural habitats.
Through the camera lens, we’ll witness tigers who share their prowling tactics in Central India, families of orangutangs play in Sumatra and what’s left of otherwise endangered Asian wildlife species.
- Release date1997
- Full runtime
- Director(s)Greg Grainger
- Part of the seriesThe Secrets of Nature
- Production companyIndigenius