Documents the wilderness and its exotic animals in various locations in Russia. The Kamchatka Peninsula is a peninsula in the Russian Far East. The main attractions of Kamchatka are volcanic calderas, stone sculpture "parks" and lakes in craters, geysers and mineral springs, all in pristine condition. The Primorye - Home to some of the rarest animals on earth. Its greatly varying seasons also attract some migratory species, while great cats like the Siberian tiger cover huge territories and Asian Black Bears seek safety in the treetops. The Caucasus - Dividing Europe and Asia, squeezed between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, mighty summits reach over 16,000 feet into the sky. Located on a continental divide, huge areas of the inaccessible mountains remain almost pristine wilderness. Siberia - is vast and covers most of Northern Asia. Its name has become synonymous with the harsh environment, where bitter and relentless cold rules for much of the year. The Arctic - an area of extreme temperatures and hardship and yet also a place of outstanding beauty. Creatures battle daily against the elements and have developed finely tuned survival skills in order to stay alive. Polar bears navigate the shifting ice floes; snowy owls rely on their exceptional sight and hearing to feed their young, and the resolve of nesting birds are tested in extreme conditions. It's a land where life or death can hang in the balance.