The Great African Migration
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|The Great African Migration, Episode 1|
The Great African Migration, Episode 1
Ben Fogle follows the annual Great Migration. He tags four specific wildebeest, camps out amid the herds, and meets the members of the Maasai and Hadzabe tribes.
The Great African Migration, Episode 2
With the rains arriving, the million strong wildebeest herd divides in two and heads west, while Ben Fogle meets rangers on a private reserve who are pioneering a strict anti-poaching regime.
The Great African Migration, Episode 3
Ben Fogle tracks the wildebeest herd as they deal with the dangerous currents and fearsome predators that lie in wait for them at the Mara river crossing.
The Great African Migration, Episode 4
Ben Fogle witnesses the final leg of the epic migration as the wildebeest, who have now travelled 500km through the Serengeti and Maasai Mara, loop back into Tanzania.
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