Ecologist surprised at abrupt end to Serengeti-Mara wildebeest migration

East African: A change in the spectacular wildebeest migration schedule in the great Serengeti-Mara ecosystem has caught ecologists offguard. Traditionally, the wildebeest used to roam in Maasai Mara Game Reserve for at least three months and return to Serengeti National park, but this year they are reported to have spent less than the usual period. “In September, the wildebeest were supposed to be still in Maasai Mara, but by then they they had started their return journey to Serengeti,” Tanzania National......

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