The wildebeest is known for its mass long-distance migration patterns. These large creatures are found in Eastern Africa and live in very large groups. Each year brings rainy and dry seasons and the wildebeest has a land area for both seasons despite a great distance between them. The wildebeest requires drinking water on the surface and plentiful grass to eat (which isn’t always easy to find in the rough terrain of Eastern Africa), and when those resources start to dwindle, they will begin their migration.
Wildebeests live in the plains and woodlands of Africa, mostly occupying the Serengeti. They begin their northern migration to greener areas and fresh water around May or June and don’t stop until around November. It surely is a sight to see because it consists of over one million wildebeests as well as hundreds of thousands of other animals such as zebras and antelopes. Here is a picture of them crossing a river.
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