August 23, 2017 1 min read

A herd of gazelles brave the perilous Mara river - only to get snapped by six feet crocodiles. Between June and December every year about three million wildebeest, eland, zebra and Thomson gazelle migrate across the Serengeti. When a herd of 40 gazelle arrived at the Mara river the group tried to make it safely across. Unluckily, a group of crocodiles interrupted their attempt and gobbled up several gazelles.

One of Africa’s fastest and most agile antelope, the Thomson’s gazelle, finds itself out of its depths as it attempts to swim the Mara river in Kenya. Unfortunately, this little gazelle is dragged down to a watery grave by a massive demon of the deep, Africa’s Nile crocodile. Every year, over a million wildebeest, zebra, and antelope migrate to Kenya’s Maasai Mara in search of greener pastures—but not without being hunted by the larger carnivores.

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