The Yannan snub-nosed monkey, a very rare weirdly nosed monkey from China that they didn't "discover" until the 1990s. It's diet consists of lichen which takes 10-15 years to recover which means they have to wander over a very large range. They also are the primate that lives at the highest elevation, except for man.
Chinese Moon Moth (Actias luna) Luna -- This rare moon moth is half Spanish and half Chinese. Luna Moths are huge moths, with a wingspan of four and a half inches. They have a white body, pinkish legs, and huge pale green wings. The hindwings have eyespots and long tails. They fly, only at night, in Spring and early Summer. Luna Moths were once very common, but are now considered an endangered species in some areas.
Two of five baby white lions play in the Manchurian Tiger Garden in northeast China's Heilongjiang province. Their parents came from Argentina in 2003. The cubs are wonders in more ways than one - not only are do they have white fur, they have been fed only on sheep milk as their mother did not have enough milk for them all.
The elusive Scottish Wild Cat is a tough character and one that has endured the worse weather and conditions thrown at it. Peter Cairns has managed to photograph this shy creature and has a very interesting website called the Highland Tiger which informs the reader about the difficult task of tracking and monitoring this endagered animal.