What is the Serengeti great migration?
What is the Serengeti great migration? We plan to Visit Tanzania and we hear great things about the Serengeti Migration!
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Known as the Serengeti great migration (great migration for short or wildebeest migration), the Serengeti great migration is one of the world’s most spectacular natural events. Every year, around about the same time, over a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope (to a lesser extent) migrate clockwise around the Serengeti and Masai Mara ecosystem (approx. 1,930 km).
Birthing (‘calving’), courting and mating happen along the way, as well as the battles that play out between prey and predator. Movements of the herds may vary from month-to-month, as the great migration is not an exact science and is dependent on the rains.
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