The land within Hong Kong, covering an area of 1,115 square kilometers, is actually about three-quarters natural areas. Despite its relatively small marine area of approximately 1,600 square kilometers, Hong Kong boasts a remarkable diversity of marine life, with as many as 6,000 species, comparable to the biodiversity of the Baltic Sea. All of this is both a gift from nature and an outcome actively chosen and collectively protected by the people of Hong Kong. Hong Kong's high-quality natural ecological environment and biodiversity advantages are fully showcased in Hong Kong Nature Stories. Explore Hong Kong's lesser-known ecological tales through six major scenes: rocks, mountains, ocean, shores, fields and wetlands.