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Serengeti National park is a second largest park in Tanzania which located in Northern circuit. This park has established in 1951 as a park. This park has taken its famous from the annual migrations of Wildebeests and Zebras which cycling to the angle circuits of Serengeti and Masai Mara.
The park covers an area about 14750sqkm (5700sq miles) of grassland plains and acacias woodland. This name of Serengeti given by NASA to rise its name which delivered from Maasai language ( SIRINGETI) which means “endless plains”.
When you get in to Serengeti expect much to see Blue wildebeests, Gazelles, Zebras, Giraffes, Buffalos, Elephants, Groups of Lions(Pride), Hyenas, Ostriches, Leopard, Cheetah, Hippopotamus and many more inhabit the region.
Each year the great Wildebeests migration begins in December in the Ngorongoro area of the Southern Serengeti of Tanzania, which offers rich grassland for feeding during their Birthing as it taking to this area of their migration, their birth it quite from December to the end of March while there is an abundant of food for them and feeding their Calves.
This region of Africa is located in North Tanzania and extends to southwest Kenya. The Serengeti encompasses Serengeti National park and the number of protected game reserve and conservation areas maintained by the government of Tanzania and Kenya. The region hosts the largest mammal migration in the world and is a popular destination for African safaris.
The Serengeti landscape can be divided into two regions defined by their dominant vegetation “Woodland and grassland” according to Bridget Conneely, a wildlife ecologist at the Horwad Hughes Medical Institute in Maryland. Woodland which are grassy areas dotted with trees, can then be broken down further by their dominant trees which are Acacia trees and Terminalia woodlands. Grassland including riverine, plains and derived grasslands or ( grassland those are only there because the repeated fires)
The expansiveness of the Serengeti is interrupted by Ol Doinyo Lengai, the only active volcano in the area and the only volcano that still ejects carbonatite lavas that turn white when exposed to air. When it rains the ash turns into a calcium-rich material that is as hard as cement.
The southeastern area lies in the shadow of the Ngorongoro highland and is composed of the shortgrass treeless plains, as this area does get rain. Some 43miles west, acacia woodlands lies suddenly and extend west to Lake Victoria and North to the Loita plain.