Lisa Be

By Lisa Be

LifeBuzz Staff

The Most Incredible Animal Migrations On Earth. #7 Scares Me!

Animal migrations are one of nature’s most inspiring events and have fascinated humans for thousands of years. Here are some beautiful examples.

#1. White pelicans use the Mississippi flyway as the main route for both their spring and fall migrations.

White pelicans use the Mississippi flyway as the main route for both their spring and fall migrations.

Annie Griffiths National Geographic

#2. The Wildebeest migration across the Serengeti has been called one of the seven new wonders of the world. Over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the green pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July through October.

The Wildebeest migration across the Serengeti has been called one of the seven new wonders of the world. Over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the green pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July through October.

photo source: balloonsafaris.com

#3. Zebras in the Serengeti migrate the same time as the wildebeest. The migration is actually a large circle, as the zebra, wildebeests and other animals move clockwise from the southeast. The second largest migration for zebras is the Makgadikgadi migration, across the Kalahari Desert.

Zebras in the Serengeti migrate the same time as the wildebeest. The migration is actually a large circle, as the zebra, wildebeests and other animals move clockwise from the southeast. The second largest migration for zebras is the Makgadikgadi migration, across the Kalahari Desert.

photo source: kilimavalley.com

#4. Millions of monarch butterflies living in eastern North America fly up to 1500 miles to the volcanic forests of Mexico to spend the winter. The monarchs west of the Rocky Mountains fly to the California coast.

Millions of monarch butterflies living in eastern North America fly up to 1500 miles to the volcanic forests of Mexico to spend the winter. The monarchs west of the Rocky Mountains fly to the California coast.

Jaap de Roode

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