Wildebeest Migration is a fantastic phenomenon in tourism which happens in Kenya and Tanzania.Do not be left behind as these beautiful wild animals strive
their way from serengeti park in Tanzania to Maasai mara park in kenya.It is awesom!!
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A fact about the wildebeest migration is that every year, about 1.5 million wildebeest, zebra and several species of antelope uniformly
make a circular tour between the Serengeti in Tanzania and Maasai Mara in Kenya, in search of greener pastures.This migration is not only noted as a wonder of the world,      talk to us here and we will inform you accordingly,.
How migration happens
The lion perfectly chooses its arena - the grassy Mara plains. In the plains,
the lion is shrouded in thick grass cover and gets a strategic hiding spot to attack unsuspecting wildebeest and zebras. During the peak of the migration, vultures circle the air and hyenas laugh in the shadows; an indication of the innumerable wildebeest and zebra that have fallen under the claw of the mighty African lion.
The Nile crocodile however takes the medal as the deadliest predator. It comes in at the climax of the Mara migration - the crossing
of the Mara River! This avid killer shapes the events that take place during the crossing of the Mara River.
From the splashing waters and floating wildebeest bodies, it is the match-maker.
Crocodiles are known to kill by drowning. When it spots a potential victim, it clutches the prey in its strong jaws
and pulls it beneath the water surface. In the process, it ferociously twists and turns its head. This shreds its prey into pieces and
suffocates the life out of it.