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Cloudy Qinling Series

Qinling Mountain range is among the regions with the richest biodiversity in the world, specifically hailed as the northernmost treasure trove of subtropical wildlife. Sitting between northern and southern China, the majestic mountain range is regarded by some as the country's "central park" and an important symbol of Chinese culture. Keep an eye out for the giant panda, golden snub-nosed monkey, takin and other rich wildlife in the cloudy Qinling Mountains.

Southern Yunling Mountains Series

Cangshan Mountain and the Yuanjiang River Valley in southwest China's Yunnan Province boast rich biodiversity and distinct flora and fauna. From the tree species that emerged about 60 million years ago high on the precipices to the spurge family in the dry-hot river valley savanna, you can meet diverse wildlife in amazing southern Yunling Mountains.

Greater Hinggan Mountains Series

Greater Hinggan Mountains in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province is the northernmost and highest latitude area in China. It is known for its dense forest in summer and magnificent snow scenery in winter. Biodiversity remains high in the mountains. Here you can find animals such as the snowy owl, corsac fox and moose.