Wildebeest migrate across the African Serengeti plains in huge numbers in search of rain and fresh pastures. But their journey is fraught with danger.
- African wildebeest annually migrate to stay in green pastures.
- It is the largest mass movement of land animals.
- From April to December they follow the rain as it travels north.
- In December they return south with the rain and give birth.
One of the world's most spectacular mass movements of land animals is the African wildebeest migration.
Over a seven-month journey they will cover more than 1500km following rainfall, and the resulting grass, across the Serengeti.
Wildebeest seasonal migration: Annual seven-month journey. Covering 1,500 km. Following rainfall and seasonal grass.
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