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Wildebeest migration, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania<br />
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It has been said that the wildebeest has "the forequarters of an ox, the hindquarters of an antelope, and the tail of a horse." They are also picky eaters, preferring only specific species of grasses at certain heights. This selection is one of the ways the Serengeti is able to support so many different species of animals.

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Wildebeest migration, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

It has been said that the wildebeest has "the forequarters of an ox, the hindquarters of an antelope, and the tail of a horse." They are also picky eaters, preferring only specific species of grasses at certain heights. This selection is one of the ways the Serengeti is able to support so many different species of animals.

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