Zebras in Masai Mara, Kenya


This video says about itself:

Masai Mara Documentary – Zebras at the wide plains of Masai Mara. During the great migration zebras gather to migrate from Serengeti to Masai Mara and vice versa. They migrate a circle of about 1000 kilometers.

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