A large congregation of Common Zebras around the Seronera
region, in Serengeti National Park, is usually found during the
dry season lured by the permanent waters of the Seronera
river. They congregate by the thousands, and a few days later
they will instinctively begin a jeorny north, following the rains,
with the promise of finding new and more nutritious pastures in
the rolling and extensive sabanas of the Maasai Mara.