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The Wild Chase
Transcript of The Wild Chase
By Bianca & Suzanna
Welcome to the plains where life is Always running WILD and FREE!
Millions of animals make a race for survival.
The wildebeests dominating with a population of 1.5 million, with herbivores being chased by their predators. Telling the way of life.
One of the most greatest natural event!
Land & Agriculture
The Serengeti Environment
1.5 million hectares of savannah make up the World Heritage Site .
THE LARGEST GRAZING HERDS LIVE IN THE grasslands. The Environment has slight undulating grassy plains interrupted by scattered rocky areas.
Once the land is cultivated it cannot be grazed on ever again.
The Masai are the indigenous people of the Serengeti.
The Masai were part of the sERENGETI THEy DIDN'T OWN THE LAND. tHEIR DIET CONSISTED OF MILK AND COWS BLOOD TRADITIONALLY. tHEY THOUGHT ALL THE COWS IN THE LAND WERE THEIRS FROM A GIFT BY THE GODS. tHE WOMEN WorKED ON THE HOUSES WHILE THE MEN HERDED THE CATTLE AND CONTROLLED THEM.
Flora & Fauna
The Wildlife in the serengeti is what makes it so unique and special.
Gentle Giants and carnivorous predators roam the lands for a meal.The flowers and plants are diverse and different adapting to the vast enviroment. During the Great Annual Migration the animals move north for better food while their predators are hunt them .
The Wild Chase Farewell
WE hope this information has helped you learn something about the Serengeti.
To gain knowledge on how rare these places are so they should be protected. The Serengeti is a world heritage site that will last.
To Learn more & to go the official website. Click the link below.
choose the most sustainable option!
To protect the serengeti and preserve it for future generations we must be sustainable. Toning down Tourism will stop less dirt roads which will never be able to be grazed on again.
Going to THE WILD CHASE TOURS WILL SUSTAIN A HEALTHY FUTURE.