Video: Wildebeest Migration Documented in the Serengeti
Migration corridors are important for game species all over the world, especially for animals out West like the mule deer....
Migration corridors are important for game species all over the world, especially for animals out West like the mule deer. This time-lapse video created by photographers Will and Matt Burrard-Lucas documents the sheer scale of one such phenomenon.
The British duo’s film shows migrating wildebeest crossing the Mara River while moving south into Tanzania from Kenya. Although this event took place over five days, the filmmakers were able to compact it into an unbelievable one-minute video thanks to the magic of time-lapse photography.
The event was documented on the Serengeti, which consists of more than 15,000 square miles and is home to an estimated 1.5 million wildebeest.
For more on this film and the filmmakers, click here.
Want more migration videos? Check out this awesome footage of the longest mule deer migration ever recorded.