ImpalaThis is a graceful build, long-necked antelope with slender, evenly developed limbs. The limbs and torso is tan with a reddish-brown saddle, vertical black stripes lead down on tail and thighs and the belly is white. Males have S-shaped, wide-set, strongly ridged horns. Impalas prefer open woodland bordering short to medium-height grassland, grazing, or, in dry season, browsing on foliage, herbs and seedpods. Several male territories lie within the nursery herds’ home range.
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