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One of the more common antelope of the African savannah, Impala have been referred to as the Macdonalds of the bush as they are of the most common prey for predators. The distinctive markings on the rump also resemble the company logo to a degree. The Impala is preyed upon by most of the large carnivores and the young often fall prey to Pythons. The Impala is therefore on constant alert. Should one of them spot danger, it will snort an alarm and the whole herd will scatter. It is one of the treats offered by nature to see this antelope perform their incredible 3 meter high and 12 meter long leaps.

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