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Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point

15 Jul 2016 by Governors' Camp

Hi HerdTracker,

Yesterday afternoon, large herds of wildebeest and zebra both resident and migratory had moved from the Topi Plains and Malima Tatu areas and into the East Marsh, Bila Shaka and Musiara grasslands.

Yesterday evening, a large crossing of wildebeest and zebra were seen going from west to east at the main crossing point, four wildebeest were taken by the resident crocodile, one yearling wildebeest that was caught by a crocodile struggled and kicked, it was able to get away with the crocodile only on its tail.

Photos are attached. 

Kind regards,
Ariana
Governors' Camps
 

Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point
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Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point
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Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point
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Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point
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Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point
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Wildebeest move from west to east at the main crossing point
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