The world is full of Mighty movers from Africa’s most famous Drifters two turtles the make epic journeys to reproduce blood typing seabirds that don’t come to land 4 years and whale and whale sharks the room the great oceans.
The colossal Plains of the Serengeti an enormous 30,000 sq km of east central Africa. Probably the most known things in the world. It’s home to some of Africa’s most well known inhabitants. Hundreds of thousands of zebras live in the Serengeti. The distinctive eye-catching stripes as unique as a human’s fingerprint.
Even in within the largest of gatherings no two zebras will be found with the exact same type of stripes.
All those two million shaggy wildebeest share their home. Every year the tough hoofs of these animals will carry them almost 500 km to Tanzania and Kenya in the constant search for fresh pasture. It is a journey that will cost many their lives. During the rainy season herds of wildebeest zebra and gazelle are scattered around the third southern reaches of the Serengeti. But once the rain sees it’s not long before the precious rivers and streams dry up.