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Close call! Despite being caught by the tail, this lucky wildebeest managed to escape and successfully cross the Mara River. ​

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Masses of the wildebeest were seen on the plains of the Masai Mara National Reserve drinking from the marsh in front of the Little Governors Camp.

- Image by George Murray
- Image by George Murray
- Image by George Murray
- Image by George Murray
- Image by George Murray
- Image by George Murray
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The wildebeest herds were seen making their way back into the Serengeti from the Masai Mara. The wildebeest will move slower as they continue their endless search for water and lush green grass.

- Image by Caroline Anne Greenhalgh
- Image by Caroline Anne Greenhalgh
- Image by Caroline Anne Greenhalgh
- Image by Caroline Anne Greenhalgh
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After waiting for exactly 8 hours and 42 minutes by the Banks of the Mara River. Onesmus Ole Irungu finally captured thousands of wildebeest crossing over to the Mara Triangle en-route back to the Serengeti. 

- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
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- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
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- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
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The migration in the Masai Mara is not over yet!​

Friedrich von Horsten witnessed his first ever Mara River crossing just south of the Ashnil Mara Camp on the 4 October 2018. Friedrich also encountered the herds in the Sand River coming from the south heading to the north - and another group on the Mara River heading into the Mara Triangle on the 6 October 2018. 

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Lemala Mara Camp safari guide Baraka Willium captured a huge herd of the wildebeest crossing point number 4. 

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The migration movement continues at point number 4 in the Mara River. 

Credit: Lemala Mara Camp ranger, Frank Gabriel

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Safari guide Mohammed Sufian saw the herds crossing point number 4 in the Mara River during his morning game drive. 

- Image by Mohammed Sufian
- Image by Mohammed Sufian
- Image by Mohammed Sufian
- Image by Mohammed Sufian
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04 Oct 2018 from Walter Pá

Walter Pá witnessed a large herd of the wildebeest crossing high water-levels of the Mara River in the Serengeti side. 

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Bob Prescesky spotted a herd of wildebeest and zebra after crossing the Mara River during the great migration on the Maasai Mara side. The herds were fortunate enough to avoid the crocodiles waiting in waters for an easy meal. 

- Image by Bob Prescesky
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Cristina Theo sighted the great herds on the Maasai Mara plains during her game drives. 

- Image by Cristina Theo
- Image by Cristina Theo
- Image by Cristina Theo
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