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Meal: A young crocodile eats a catfish. The crocodile measures just 1.5 meters and struggled to swallow the large fish. (October 30, 2017, Ingo Gerlach / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)
It's a for and a Dawider. On the one hand the tourists bring money to finance the protection of the wild animals, on the other hand the huge numbers of jeeps disturb the natural habitat of the animals. The Masai Mara National Reserve is located in southwest Kenya and is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. In addition to the Serengeti National Park in neighboring Tanzania, it offers one of the largest natural ecosystems on the continent. In addition to the migration of wildebeest, zebras, buffalo and antelopes, the associated presence of large game such as lions and leopards makes it particularly popular. Crocodiles and hyenas are also waiting to attack the herds that pass from July to October and to make individual animals their prey.
Fearful King: A lion climbs a tree to get away from the charging herd of buffalo. He almost got trampled. (March 4, 2015 Charles Comyn / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)
Exhaustion: A young Masai shepherd is carrying a kid that is too weak to walk. (October 25, 2007, Radu Sigheti / Reuters)
Leftovers: A young hyena carries a piece of bone in its mouth. (Wendy Stone / Corbis / Getty Images)
In a good mood: a giraffe calf is having fun on the green meadow. (November 13, 2008, Radu Sighet / Reuters)
On the move: every year herds of wildebeest like this move from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the greener area of the Masai Mara during the dry season. They have to cross the river Mara, in which hungry crocodiles lurk. Therefore, not all animals make it to the green meadows. (October 26, 2015, Jürgen Ritterbach / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)
Off into the big wide world: a mother cheetah and her cub go for a walk. (November 1, 2012, Thomas Mukoya / Reuters)
The expanses of the park: This aerial photo shows a Masai village on the edge of the national reserve. (August 28, 2016, Wolfgang Kaehler / LightRocket via Getty Images)
Posing for a photo: Masai women in Siana, a town near the national reserve. (Julio Etchart / Ullstein Image / Getty Images)
Timon and Pumbaa: A warthog in the national park is reminiscent of the famous characters from the Walt Disney film "Lion King". (DeAgostini / Getty Images)
May the fittest win: Two cubs only eight weeks old fight a friendly battle within the family. (November 24, 2017, Ingo Gerlach / Barcroft Media / Getty Images)
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