Reserve in Kenya. The river crossing is a mad rush, during which hundreds of animals are drowned, trampled or eaten by Crocodiles who calmly wait for there pray to arrive, perfectly timing for a whole season harvest. This is the wildest dramatic scenarios to be witnessed in 'Siringet' as it's known to the Masaai. In November, they move to the south again in time to give birth at the start of the rainy season in the Siringet.
At the tail end of the procession, come the crippled and those too old to keep up. Lions, cheetah, hyenas and hunting dogs follow the migration, making sure that only the fittest survive, while vultures, circling overhead, wait patiently to scavenge. Other common species found in the Serengeti include hippo, giraffe, eland impala, waterbuck, klipsringer, grant's and Thomson's gazelles, baboon, velvet and patas