Wildebeests Crossing

Wildebeests are constantly migrating in search of greener pastures. In October and November they move south from Masai Mara in Kenya to the Serengeti in Tanzania. On the way, they cross several rivers including the Mara and Sand. Many of them are lost by drowning, stampede and crocodile define predation.

Wildebeests waiting to cross the river.

Wildebeests waiting to cross the river.

Detail of river bank showing wildebeest carcasses.

Detail of river bank showing wildebeest carcasses.

Wildebeest leaping into river.

Wildebeest leaping into river.

A herd of wildebeests swimming across the river.

A herd of wildebeests swimming across the river.

Crocodile about to eat a wildebeest.

Crocodile about to eat a wildebeest.

Wildebeests near shore.

Wildebeests near shore.

Wildebeests swimming.

Wildebeests swimming.

Wildebeests reaching the shore.

Wildebeests reaching the shore.

Wildebeests climbing out of river.

Wildebeests climbing out of river.

Wildebeests grazing in pasture.

Wildebeests grazing in pasture.

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