Date: 5 months ago   Category: Travel

Thousands of antelopes have jumped to the river with crocodiles


During migration the huge herd goes the planned course isn't dependent on what occurs in their path. The photographer Ingo Gerlach managed to remove a crossing of thousand herd of antelopes of a gnu through the river. Daily Mail reports about it. The man became the witness of migration of hoofed animals just while they in thousands jumped to the river teeming with crocodiles. An incident has happened near the Mara River in Kenya. Animals migrate every year from pastures of Tanzania to Kenya. All way takes about two months and makes three thousand kilometers. Weak and young animals often perish during this transition, in that number and from teeth of crocodiles. The day before in Uganda crocodiles have forced inhabitants to leave the village. Also the Correspondent wrote about how animals try to endure a heat (ridiculous photos). News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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