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IN PICS: Masai Mara National park

IN PICS: Masai Mara National park
A herd of Wildebeest dash down an embankment of the Mara River on their way to rush the waters of the river during the annual migration through the Massai Mara National park in Western Kenya on August 15, 2008. (Getty Images)
IN PICS: Masai Mara National park
According to the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) the largest mammal migration in the world is that of the Serengeti wildebeest. (Getty Images)
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Wildebeest are grazers and are constantly on the move in search of grass and water. (Getty Images)
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A Wildebeest leaps into the air in an effort to escape the jaws of a crocodile while crossing the Mara River during the migration. The Wildebeest was able to make it safely to the shore. (Getty Images)
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The Wildebeest are relentless in their advance and many are injured, lost (especially calves) or killed. (Getty Images)
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Tourists riding a safari tour vehicle watch a herd of Wildebeest make their way through a plain during the annual migration. (Getty Images)
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The highest number of tourist arrivals achieved by Kenya was in 2007, when two million people visited the east African country, renowned for its wildlife safaris and sun-drenched Indian Ocean beaches. (Getty Images)
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A Zebra looks up as its grazes on a plain of the Maasai Mara National park. The park is one of the most popular parks in the African continent. (Getty Images)
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A group of zebras graze on a plain of the Maasai Mara National park in western Kenyan. (Getty Images)
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A baby elephant walks near two adults in the herd on a plain of the Maasai Mara National park. (Getty Images)