The wildebeest migration of Masai mara Kenya is an annual event that sees more than 1.3 million wildebeests, a quarter of a million zebras and over 360,000 gazelles move across the Serengeti and Masai mara national parks in search of green fresh grass. The blue wildebeest migration is a wonder of the world and it takes place every year in the months of July to October.
The most spectacular event in the wildebeest migration is the mara river crossing stampede. Here, thousands of the animals cross the flooded and raging river against the odds of drowning and being eaten by the 18ft Nile crocodiles that lie in wait.
The big cat predators also lie in wait on the opposite bank to catch the first arrivals which further compounds the pandemonium at the mara river. Many of the wildebeests will die here from drowning, from being crushed, taken by the crocodiles or the lions. But this has never stopped the gnous/ gnus from their annual wildebeest migration every year.
Its one of the biggest wildlife spectacle to watch the wildebeest migration in Masai mara game reserve of Kenya.
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