Wildebeests on the savanna

Large herds of Wildebeests is sometimes made up of thousands of individual animals dotting whole grass plains as far a the eye can see. Misty morning in the Mara triangle. Each year, millions of wildebeests migrate across the Serengeti in Africa. The herds can be seen for miles as they thunder across the plains, their hooves pounding the earth. Wildebeests are herd animals and travel in large groups for safety. There are usually thousands of them, as far as the eye can see.
The wildebeest migration is an amazing sight to behold. The animals travel from Tanzania to Kenya, crossing the Mara River. They follow the rains, which provide them with food and water. The journey is long and arduous, but the wildebeests are determined to make it to their destination.

The Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is a popular destination for watching the wildebeest migration. It is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, with its rolling hills and vast savanna.