The book, Wild China, considers a broad view at one of the largest nations across the globe that is China. There are several variations in the wildlife habitat of China in comparison with any other place across the entire planet. Rivers have been carving immense gorges by the loftiest mountain ranges, vast ranges of deserts from extreme cold and searing heat, wild horses galloping the steppe land of grass, shallow team of seas having diversified wildlife, several jungles having colourful birds, along with vast forests sheltering monkeys with golden snub nose, and giant panda(Badger 2008: 209).
The northern part of Great Wall of China is known to be the habitat of a number of different species of animals, of all different sizes and types. In this particular area, there are a number of ethnic groups still roaming around (Badger 2008: 190). The forests in this area are the habitat of wild boars that have been foraging for walnuts in the season of winters, along with the last generation of Siberian Tiger in the nation of China.
In addition to this, there are only 30 herders of Ewenki reindeers that had approached the forest from Siberia almost a century ago. Further moving towards the western region, there are steppe grasslands of Mongolian. The region of Bayan Bulak is the habitat for Mongolian horsemen sharing the wetlands and pastures with breading whooper swans and demoiselle cranes. Continuing towards the western direction, the land area ends up becoming extremely dry and hot that consists of rare goitered gazelles, and the area makes a shift towards the largest sand desert across the globe(Badger 2008: 76). There are underground canals of irrigation at the oasis of Turpan that enables the cultivation of grapes along with an appropriate habitat for gerbils having red tails.
China has claimed on being one of the most influential powers across the globe, while it still utilizes the position as a developing nation. The massive industry of export in China contributes in raising question regarding the green imperialism as developing nations have been considering themselves responsible for emissions that take place in activities of export to developed nations.