The wildebeest migration in Tanzania is a natural phenomenon that occurs annually, usually between the months of July and October. It involves the movement of over 1.5 million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles, as they search for water and grazing pastures.
The migration starts in the southern Serengeti, where the wildebeest give birth to their young, and as the dry season progresses, they start moving towards the northern Serengeti, where they can find fresh grazing grounds. Along the way, the animals have to cross rivers, such as the Mara River, which can be dangerous due to crocodiles and other predators.
During the migration, predators such as lions, cheetahs, and hyenas follow the herds, preying on the weak and vulnerable. The wildebeest migration in Tanzania is a popular tourist attraction, with visitors from all over the world coming to witness the spectacle of thousands of animals moving across the plains.