National Geographic (DStv 181 / StarSat 220 / Cell C black 261) is revealing much more information about its upcoming new all-natural history series, The Hidden Kingdoms of China, that it announced in Could, saying that the two-hour wildlife particular will take viewers to five “pretty distinctive worlds”: the higher mountains, tropical jungles, bamboo forests, fantastic plains and temperate forests inside China.

Animals in these kingdoms incorporate iconic and charismatic creatures ranging from the snow leopard, the giant panda and the Tibetan fox to the golden snub-nosed monkey, alongside a kaleidoscope of jungle creatures.

The Hidden Kingdoms of China will be broadcast on National Geographic worldwide this upcoming summer time.

“National Geographic has lengthy encouraged a spirit of exploration, and China’s vast landscape and fantastic wide variety of wildlife offer you quite a few hidden treasures,” says Geoff Daniels, executive vice president of worldwide unscripted entertainment for National Geographic Worldwide Networks.

“In The Hidden Kingdoms of China, we unveil the wonder, mystery and myth surrounding these creatures.”

Applying higher-specification drones, camera traps and the newest 4K camera technologies to engage with these particular animals, The Hidden Kingdoms of China brings China’s magical realms to life in the most dramatic techniques doable, says National Geographic.

“Each sweeping in scale and touchingly intimate in its depictions of wildlife, the particular requires a closer appear at a wild paradise that is like no other on Earth.”

The Hidden Kingdoms of China is created by Brian Leith Productions in association with CWCA and BiliBili. Ashley Hoppin is executive producer for National Geographic, and Janet Han Vissering is senior vice president of improvement and production.