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Migration of the Wildebeest in the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem
Understanding the reasons that underpin mass migrations will clearly be essential in the future to ensure that any land use that does occur is compatible with conservation objectives and will not impinge upon the habitat range of migrating wildebeest, zebra and gazelle (Berger, 2004). Those seeking to conserve the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem must understand these mass cyclical migrations, why they occur and also the extent to which these species are dependent on each other for survival (Kahuranga & Silkiluwasha, 1997). The wildebeest and the gazelle rely on the zebra to selectively forage and trample the grasses; and the gazelle relies on the wildebeest to remove the bulk of green biomass so that it may feed. Each is a link in a delicate ecological chain contributing to the regulation of the ecosystem and generating one of nature's most impressive sights.…
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