Explore The Wildlife Kingdom : WILDEBEEST The Great African Migration
The great wildebeest migration from the Masai Mara National Reserve
in Kenya to Tanzania's Serengeti National Park is a spectacle of life
and death witnessed by few humans...until now. Baron Hugo van Lawick
who has made the Serengeti his home for over 25 years, has filmed this
remarkable epic of survival - the greatest migration of land animals
on the planet - in vivid, riveting detail. At the start of the migration
the wildebeest herd is one and half a million strong. But, the journey
is plagued with predators. Cheetahs stalk and chase the strays. Hyenas
and wild dogs shadow the herd and attack the calves. Leopards drag their
kill into the trees. Lions seem to appear from nowhere - springing from
the tall grasses. And crocodiles - monsters over 20 feet long - lurk
in the shallows of the Grumeti River waiting for the thirsty herd. But
just like every year, the wildebeest complete their great African migration
while birthing an incredible half a million young along the way.
Running time 50 minutes
VALUE PACK: Explore The Wildlife Kingdom: DVD's Lions, Dolphins, Hidden World, Golden River, Cougar, Wildebeest
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Includes all six titles:
LIONS Kings of Africa
DOLPHINS Tribes of The Sea
THE HIDDEN WORLD of Africa
GOLDEN RIVER Secret of The Amazon
COUGAR Ghost of The Rockies
WILDEBEEST The Great African Migration
All titles are on DVD
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GRANT GOODEVE - About the Narrator
Best know for playing the role of David, the oldest son, on Eight
Is Enough for five seasons. Grant also appeared on the television
program Northern Exposure, One Life To Live, and hosts If
Walls Could Talk on Home and Garden Television, and the HGTV specials
Homes of our Heritage, Log Homes: An American Tradition.