Sighted on: 17.January.2024
During the game drive, we saw zebras and giraffes grazing together. Prey animals, such as giraffes and zebras, tend to gather in groups to feed because safety in numbers is essential for their survival. By forming groups, these animals create a network of vigilant individuals who can collectively detect and respond to potential threats from predators. The presence of multiple pairs of eyes and ears increases their overall awareness of the surroundings, making it more difficult for predators to target any single member of the group. This behaviour highlights the importance of social interactions and cooperation among prey animals in the face of constant predation in the wild.
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