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Wildebeest migration captured in Maasai MaraBy ATTA®
Every year, more than a million wildebeest migrate between Tanzania and Kenya, along with other animals like zebra and antelope in search of greener pastures.
A lucky safari goer sighted the migration in the Maasai Mara recently. ‘The greatest migration in the world has started in the Sand River area of the Mara. Fantastic,’ Trish Heather-Hayes posted on Facebook.
The migration is an ongoing event as the giant herds move in a clockwise motion all through the year, chasing the rainfall, according to Tanzania Odyssey.
From July to October, the wildebeest are in the northern Serengeti plains in Tanzania, and thousands cross the great Mara River into Kenya.