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The first group of about 80,000 wildebeests yesterday crossed the Mara River into Masai Mara Game Reserve from Serengeti plains in Tanzania to kick off the annual tourism peak season. Another 1.8 million are expected to cross the river into the reserve between the end of this month and early September, ecologists have said. Hundreds of tourists from different parts of the world camped along the river bank at Sand River crossing point from as early as five o’clock in the morning to watch and record the spectacular event. They begun to cross the river huffing and snorting, accompanied by zebras , creating a spectacular stampede across the Sand river tributary enjoyed by tourists.

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