Asia has some of the most biodiverse and unique habitats of all the world’s continents. From lush tropical rainforests and imposing bamboo forests to barren lifeless deserts and icy mountain peaks. Asia is home to some of the world’s most iconic and endangered species such as Bengal tigers, the giant panda and the Orangutan. But while some species are thriving thanks to conservation efforts, others are facing the threat of extinction. Many overlooked species are now under serious threat such as pangolins, Javan rhinoceros and the red-headed vulture.