The first step is the hardest

The great wildebeest ('Connochaetes taurinus') migration includes crossing the Serengeti's Mara River. --

WHILE we might think that we humans are the world’s greatest explorers, we are not. Our travels pale in comparison with the arduous and long journeys made by millions of animals that migrate across the globe daily, as they have been doing since the dawn of time.

The TV series Incredible Animal Journeys takes viewers along the migratory paths of some of the world’s iconic animals, giving a firsthand view of their epic wanderings. These incredible journeys happen on land and in the air and sea, covering every corner and climate of the Earth.

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