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Zebra al a mara river

The mara river is a treacherous choke point/kill zone for grazing animals that chase the rains from south to north and back again each year.

This great migration takes place annually, typically between July and September and involves zebra, wildebeest, and other antelope crossing this river.

A giant mass of animals crossing at the same time offers a rare chance to gorge for the river’s nile crocodiles.

The nile crocs are monsters from another age, evolving over 200 million years to become the killing machines they are today.

Measuring up to 5 metres, with mouths packed with over 60 teeth, their jaws are designed for gripping, ripping and tearing animals to pieces.

They make short work of this lone zebra, the first course in a months-long banquet of blood.



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