This mighly male impala was spotted in splendid Tarangire National Park.
Our patient guide Elisa told us that impala’s have hair in the ears to break wind so they can hear better. They have black socks on their feet that leaves a scent behind. This makes it easier for predators to find them but also keeps the herds together. Impala males stick together during non-rutting time but during rutting season, you will find one male impala with his harem of 15 + female impalas and the young. Male impalas will fight for their harem.
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