Oscar-winner Dame Judi Dench, known for her role as M in the modern James Bond films and for playing the Queen Of England in other movies, is now in Sabah, Malaysia.
She is said to be there for a BBC documentary that involves her visiting the Danum Valley Conservation Area, one of the largest forests in the world with a complex ecosystem. Danum is the natural habitat of many endangered wildlife like the Borneo pygmy elephant and clouded leopard.
Dench is no stranger to documentaries. In 2017, the 84-year-old was involved in Judi Dench: My Passion For Trees, and in 2018 she made Tea With The Dames. In July 2019, she will be seen in the documentary Humans Of Our World: The Journey.