Serengeti Plain


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Ser·en·get·i Plain

 (sĕr′ən-gĕt′ē)
An area of northern Tanzania bordering on Kenya and Lake Victoria. It is internationally well-known for its extensive wildlife preserve.
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Noun1.Serengeti Plain - a vast plain in Tanzania to the west of the Great Rift Valley known for its wildlife
Tanzania, United Republic of Tanzania - a republic in eastern Africa
Serengeti National Park - a national park in Tanzania created in 1951 to protect the wildlife
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7 million move south, accompanied by approximately 250,000 zebras, traveling through the crater from the Maasai Mara in Kenya, into the Serengeti plain in Tanzania, then retreat back north in June.
The holiday run by Aviemore firm Wilderness Scotland was featured alongside tours such as trekking across the Serengeti plain, biking in Transylvania and wolf-watching in Montana.
Bird gardens, cheetah runs, croc and alligator pools, tiger dens, gorilla pens and the Serengeti Plain - 65 acres of "African" grassland where zebra, giraffe, rhino, antelope and ostriches roam free (or as free as a wild animal can roam in 65 acres
The petition follows on an article co-authored by 27 international scientists in the journal Nature that details the potential impact of the highway, including posing a threat to the annual trek of 2 million wildebeest across the Serengeti Plain.
As the book shows the beauty of the Serengeti plain, it also exposes some of the dangers that animals experience daily from poachers and predators.
Southern Serengeti & The Great Migration" reveals the broad, flat Serengeti Plain, known for the Maasai people who co-existed in harmony with wild animals for thousands of years.
East Africa's Serengeti plain has a like reputation.
Edy would see the flamingos of Lake Nakuru, I the wildlife on the Serengeti Plain.
SERENGETI PLAIN, Tanzania - Across the grasslands, far into the night, rose the muted roar of a lion.
The 19-million-acre Arctic National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1980 to protect a rich variety of wildlife comparable to the Serengeti Plain in Africa.
The wildlife of America's prairie grasslands once, and not so long ago, rivaled that of Africa's great Serengeti plain.