What is the longest migration of a land mammal?



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    The caribou travels roughly 700 miles.

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    Marine scientists found that humpack whales travelled over 5,100 miles from Central America to Antarctica. This is regarded as a record distance for any mammal migration on record. Humpback whales make these arduous journeys for a variety of reasons from: climate changes, water temperature, to abundance of food. 

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    Is it wildebeast because they keep migrating all the time in search of food?

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         Caribou have the longest migration of any land mammal. Researchers in Quebec have found that they can travel up to 3,700 miles (6,000 kilometers).

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