2017

2 x 60 minutes

China's Wild Side

This series explores two very different wildlife ecosystems that are both surprising and rich with diversity. Tibet, dominated by a vast high altitude plateau, is home to animals that have evolved to cope with the thin air; from the great bovine, the wild yak, to a snake that can only live in volcanic hot springs. While, Yunnan -a lush subtropical paradise - has perhaps the greatest diversity of all of China’s regions, home to the nation’s only elephants, as well as the highest living primates on earth, the bizarre snub-nosed monkeys.

Co-production with China Intercontinental Communication Center, ZDF Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen and National Geographic International

Production

Kyle Murdoch

Executive Producer

Kyle Murdoch

Lorne Townend

Series Producer

Lorne Townend

Dayle Spavins

Production Manager

Dayle Spavins

Laura Evers-Swindell

Assistant Producer & Researcher

Laura Evers-Swindell

Jack Woon

Producer-additional stories

Jack Woon

Max Quinn

DOP& Field Director

Max Quinn

Mike Single

Additional Camera

Mike Single

Joshua Cheng

Field Assistant & Researcher

Joshua Cheng

Fen Feng

Field Assistant

Fen Feng

Rebecca MacRae

Production Co-ordinator

Rebecca MacRae

Lemuel Lyes

Senior Archive Producer

Lemuel Lyes

Stacey Hertnon

Sound Post Production

Stacey Hertnon

Lyra Stewart

Editor

Lyra Stewart

Lynette Shingleton

Editor

Lynette Shingleton

Ulf Uchida

Colourist

Ulf Uchida

Kyle Swann

Post Producer

Kyle Swann

China's Wild Side
China's Wild Side
China's Wild Side
China's Wild Side