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Facts about the impala

23 October 2015

 

The common name impala is derived from its izulu name impala. Although not a gazelle, the impala is a slender antelope of medium size. Only the rams carry lyre-shaped horns, the length and shape of which is used to determine age. The horns remain straight up to an age of 22 months, then first start to turn backwards before the tips turn forward at 27 months of age. The impala is a mixed feeder that feeds on grass and flowers in the wet season and leaves in the dry season. The habitat is open woodland and it avoids grasslands, wetlands and mountainous regions... (Become a subscriber for more)

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