"Russia's wildlife and forests are being destroyed by illegal logging. In the first of two special reports from the Russian far east, Moscow correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes looks at how China's hunger for wood is driving the destruction of one of the last great untouched forests on earth."
"Wagons brimming with logs accumulate in the Siberian railway station of Dalnerechensk, more than 8,000km (4,971 miles) east of Moscow. They are waiting to cross the nearby Chinese border.
Once in China, they will be processed and used for construction or turned into garden furniture and other products to be sold in European and US shops."