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Fighter | November 11, 2023 12:22 AM | hangbony

Attack by Crocodile on Wildebeest Across River

Crocodile attacks on wildebeest crossing rivers are a common sight in some parts of the world. The annual Great Migration of wildebeest from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya is one of the natural wonders of the world. Every year, millions of wildebeest travel hundreds of miles to find food and water, and many of them must cross rivers filled with hungry crocodiles. Crocodiles are ambush predators and they wait for their prey at the edge of the river. When the wildebeest start to cross, the crocodiles attack, grabbing the animals in their jaws and dragging them underwater. The wildebeest are unable to defend themselves, and the crocodiles can easily overpower them. The crocodiles also use their tails to knock the wildebeest off balance and into the water.

Crocodiles usually go for the weakest members of the herd, such as the young and the old. However, they will also attack healthy adults if they are hungry enough. The attacks usually take place during the wet season when the rivers are swollen and the water is murky, making it easier for the crocodiles to hide and ambush their prey.

The attacks are a natural part of the ecosystem and help to keep the wildebeest population in check. The crocodiles also benefit from the attacks, as they get a steady supply of food. In fact, some crocodiles have been observed to specialize in preying on wildebeest during the migration. Despite the danger posed by crocodile attacks, the wildebeest will bravely cross the rivers in search of food and water. It is a remarkable sight to behold, and one that will not be forgotten anytime soon.

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