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MASAI MARA MIGRATION IN KENYA

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Once again am happy to inform that the migration of wildebeest and other animal from Serengeti to Masai Mara through the Mara river is on, this is a fascinating and natural event that takes place around this time of the year to the extend it has been dubbed the 7th wonder of the world. The magic starts when the animals reach the mara river and want to cross over to the other side with a little hitch of the river being crocodile and hippo infested .The drama starts when they look from afar like they are discussing on how to cross the river as the crocodile anxiously awaits the decision, and then together they trump towards the mara river and in they go in the river fiercely fighting their way to the other side of the river while the crocodiles take their best shots and drown some of them ending their journey there while the rest cross over, you should see the relief as they jump out of the waters on the other side knowing they have conquered the battle.
This is an event that everyone should witness.

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