In China, the Amur River's middle course is called Heilong-jiang, meaning Black Dragon. It runs through ancient Manchuria and forms a natural border between China and Russia.
Tue, 31 Jan 6.30pm
Moving upstream into Mongolia, we leave behind the woodland wilderness of China's extreme north and Siberia's south to follow the Amur's two westernmost tributaries across the planet's vastest wild grasslands.
Sat, 04 Feb 2.30pm
The Amur's coastal delta is one of the richest eco-systems on earth. Nourished by the mighty river's enormous sediment load, the Sea of Okhotsk is a hotspot of biodiversity with arctic and subtropical species living side by side.
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