Proposals exist to stop wildebeest
habitat from being converted to agriculture and to reduce driving speeds along two paved roads that intersect the Tarangire wildebeest
The hum from the jeep's walkie-talkie is on low; the guides at the various camps chatter amongst themselves, exchanging information on locations of nocturnal cats, rare rhinos or the anticipatory swarm of wildebeest
gathered on the banks of the mara.
Summary: A herd of 100,000 wildebeest
attempts to cross Kenya's River Mara.
Like the Serengeti's wildebeests
, the red crabs that live on Christmas Island, just south of Indonesia, have an annual migration that follows the rains.
With the preceding definition in mind, let's refer to the physiology lesson on wildebeests
and apply it to a few computer and communications platforms, both current and not-yet-here.
Due to their size and habits, wildebeests
shape the ecosystems in which they live and move, making them one of what zoologists consider a 'keystone species'.
THE gaping jaws of hungry crocodiles are not enough to stop the annual "Great Migration" of zebras, wildebeests
and gazelles across the East African plains.
If it's not Simba watching his lion father, Mufasa, die in a stampede of wildebeests
, it's PBS' Cailiou whining about this, that and the other or Disney's Stitch shooting off another weapon of mass destruction.
Kids 6-11 years old will have to guide the characters through stormy seas, erupting volcanoes, vicious dogs and angry wildebeests
as they traverse land and sea to help Samson rescue Ryan.
The interior designer joked: "We're like wildebeests
Combined, the effect is most noticeable during the scene in which Simba is lured into the path of stampeding wildebeests
by his treacherous uncle's hyena henchmen so that he can never be king.
Several brief television spots employ a humorous reversal of this theme by noting that herd-following animals like sheep, wildebeests
and fainting goats "do not make good CyberTraders.