Normally portrayed as a concrete jungle, Hong Kong is home to rarely seen wildlife and some unusual animals like porcupines, barking deer and civet cats. Photo: SCMP Composite
Normally portrayed as a concrete jungle, Hong Kong is home to rarely seen wildlife and some unusual animals like porcupines, barking deer and civet cats. Photo: SCMP Composite

Critter city: barking deer, savage badgers and wildcats, concrete jungle Hong Kong has alter ego as a wildlife paradise

  • Famous for its skyscrapers and neon nightscapes, there is a much unheralded other side to Asia’s World City
  • Densely-packed city has 24 country parks and it’s not rare to see an array of wild animals roaming free

Normally portrayed as a concrete jungle, Hong Kong is home to rarely seen wildlife and some unusual animals like porcupines, barking deer and civet cats. Photo: SCMP Composite
Normally portrayed as a concrete jungle, Hong Kong is home to rarely seen wildlife and some unusual animals like porcupines, barking deer and civet cats. Photo: SCMP Composite
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