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The glossy coat of the Impala shows two-tone colouration – the reddish-brown back and the tan flanks; these are in sharp contrast to the white underbelly. Facial features include white rings around the eyes and a light chin and snout. The ears are tipped with black. Black streaks run from the buttocks to the upper hind legs. The bushy white tail features a solid black stripe along the mid-line. The Impala has scent glands covered by a black tuft of hair on the hind legs. Sebaceous glands concentrated on the forehead and dispersed on the torso of dominant males are most active during the mating season, while those of females are only partially developed and do not undergo seasonal changes. There are four nipples.
Info source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impala

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