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Impala (Aepyceros melampus) The name impala comes from the Zulu language meaning “gazelle”.It is a tawny, sleek and elegant creature living in herds varying in size but the beauty is often overlooked due to its abundance.
Social structure: Bachelor herds are made up of either young male impala or adults that have been ousted from their territories. Impala males will continually test their strength against one other. Info
Pic taken at Weesgerus, near Modimolle, northern Gauteng.
Photography: Wildlife in Africa
Canon PowerShot HS40 HS
FEATURED in Even-Toed Ungulates
16 March 2013.

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impala, rooibok, males, strenght, horns, animals, bushveld, modimolle, south africa, elizabeth kendall

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  • AuntDot
    AuntDotover 1 year ago

    Beautiful capture, Elizabeth. I hope they don’t hurt one another.

  • Thanks Dot! Only testing…not too serious. ;-)

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesover 1 year ago


    Pragtig Liz!

  • Baie dankie Magriet!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Maree  Clarkson
    Maree Clarksonover 1 year ago

    They certainly are goregeous, just look at those sleek coats! Beautiful capture Elizabeth!

  • Many thanks Maree!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 1 year ago

  • Thanks so much for the fav an fine banner Val!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Helen Akerstrom Photography
    Helen Akerstro...over 1 year ago

  • Thanks very much for the feature Helen!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Keala
    Keala23 days ago

    They’re beautiful!

  • Many thanks for the fav and kind comment Keala!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

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