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Chengdu: China’s most famous bear and So Much More

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A symbol both of the Chinese nation and of wildlife conservation, few species are as unique as the panda — or as adorable.

Komodo: Beasts Above and Below

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The Komodo dragon is surrounded in myth and mystery: a bacteria-laden mouth full of serrated teeth, 4 million year old species, and the world’s largest lizard weighing more than 150 pounds. 

Kamchatka: Bears and the Ring of Fire

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If you’re planning for spring, Kamchatka is most well-known for its large brown bears and whale watching.

Chitwan: Rhinos and Tigers of the Terai

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In Chitwan tigers, rhinos, and deer wander the warm forest mornings of the Terai in the meltwaters of the Himalayas.

Wild Asia: Luxury Travel for the Nature Lover

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Leopards, tigers, pandas — Remote Lands magazine is proud to launch our wildlife issue.

Among Giants: Accidental Birdwatching in Sri Lanka

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There is no need for a 600mm lens or to follow a kingfisher around for hours. No, this land is alive with colorful birdsthat can be well shot by any run-and-gun photographer.

Wildlife Thrives at Angkor Wat

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Due to the efforts of the Wildlife Alliance, gibbons, leopards, and even otters now call the Angkor Archeological Park home.

Walking Safari Chitwan: Though Nepal’s Most Famous Wildlife Reserve

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A few things to know for the traveler exploring Nepal’s Chitwan on foot.

Khao Yai: Road Trip Through Thailand’s Jungle Heart

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Home to elephants, gibbons, and all manner of flamboyant tropical birds, a road trip through Khao Yai is an easy, rewarding rite of passage for Thailand travelers.

Hokkaido’s Great Outdoors in Winter

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Japan’s wild heart sits in the great white north of Hokkaido, the northernmost and second largest of Japan’s four main islands.

Go Wild: 5 Wildlife Journeys Through Asia with Remote Lands

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We could all use a little Asia wildlife, from the snow leopards of India and rhinos of Nepal to the orangutans Borneo and the birds of paradise in Papua New Guinea.

Searching for the Formosan Black Bears of Taiwan’s Yushan National Park

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Along one of Yushan’s most popular hiking routes, travelers will find evidence of one of Taiwan’s largest mammal species: the rare Formosan black bear.