Impala herd

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Female impalas and young form herds of up to two hundred individuals. When food is plentiful, adult males will establish territories. Females pass through the territories that have the best food resources. Territorial males round up any female herds that enter their grounds, and will chase away bachelor males that follow. In this image, a herd of female impalas are looking for a shade, to get away from the hot mid day sun in Kruger National Park.
Impalas (Aepyceros melampus), Kruger National Park, South Africa

Nikon D200, Nikkor 70-300 mm at 122 mm, 1/125 sec at f/ 5.6, ISO 100
© Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos Photography. All Rights Reserved.


Featured in the group “Antlers, Racks, and Other Horned Animals”

Views 960 by April 15, 2015

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