- Publisher: Fable Mountain
- Our classification: Natural history
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- Produced by George Nangale
Serengeti or "Siringet" is a Maasai word for 'endless open plain'. East Africa is endowed to this world natural heritage, with millions of wildlife inhabitants. Nearly half a million people from all over the world visit Serengeti every year.
The main attraction at Serengeti is the last spectacular annual animal migration existing on earth today and the hundreds of wild cats particularly lions, cheetahs and leopards and birds co-existing with the Maasai people with their herds of cattle. This film is the first of the envisaged annual series by Fable Mountain to highlight to the world what is currently at Serengeti.
The footage includes shots from the famous African Rift Valley- The Ngorongoro Crater which is situated on the eastern part of Serengeti. You and your friends will enjoy watching it.
Running time: 32 minutes
Book ID 753