Safety in numbers by Explorations Africa Dan MacKenzie
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Olympus E-520, 1/200, f8, ISO 400

Preyed on by every carnivore from reptile to cat, the impala (Aepyceros melampus) relies heavily on the herds combined alertness in order to stay one step ahead of those constantly wanting to turn it into a quick meal.

Kruger national park, South Africa

Although Canadian by birth, I grew up in Africa and from an early age travel became a regular part of my life. As a result I developed an early passion for my two great loves, Africa and aviation. Being fortunate to return to Africa every year with our own safari company “Explorations Africa”, all of my photos of wildlife are taken in their natural and unstaged settings. Please visit us at www.explorationsafrica.com

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  • carol brandt
    carol brandtover 2 years ago

    we find you down on the ground again for a wonderful angle on all those legs and pretty faces with the nearest one keeping a wary eye on you :))

  • The impala are gorgeous yet so common that finding a good angle that shows of their uniqueness can be a challenge. Thanks for the comments Carol!=)

    – Explorations Africa Dan MacKenzie

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