Surprise! Africa’s longest known animal migration is not located in the Serengeti. Rather it’s the migration of Burchell’s Zebra that stretches from Namibia to Botswana—a 300+ mile seasonal trek, according to WWF.
The migration—which involves up to several thousand zebra traveling in a north-south direction—occurs entirely within the largest transboundary conservation area in the world, a region known as the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA).
Click here to read WWF’s story about this groundbreaking discovery. The study was led by WWF’s Robin Naidoo and his team—comprised of WWF, the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the Botswana-based conservation organization Elephants Without Borders.