Wonder of the World Wildebeest Migration
Every year the wildebeest migration wonder of the world unfolds as more than 1.3million wildebeests fill the plains of Masai mara game reserve. The total number of animals is beefed up by about 250,000 zebras and more than 300,000 gazelles that move in a circular migration route of more than 3,000km.
The wildebeests follow the fresh grass sprouts that come after the rains and it’s triggered by the lightning and thunder up north in the Mau hills. The wildebeest migration is so huge that it can be seen from space images as a slowly moving black mass.
The greatest spectacle in this wildebeest migration wonder of the world is when the animals cross the flooded and treacherous river mara. Thousands upon thousands of the wildebeests gather around the mara river banks only to make a mad dash across. Tens of thousands die from drowning, crocodile attacks, the stampede and also the lions on the opposite bank. This will however never stop the wildebeest migration wonder of the world from taking place every year in the months of July to October.
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