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Impala occur throughout South Africa however historically they were found mainly in the northern, northeastern and eastern parts of the country. They occur in large numbers in the Kruger National Park. Impala are also found in other parks and reserves and also on Game Farms and Private reserves throughout certain areas of South Africa. In many of these areas they have been reintroduced for game farming and breeding. Impala prefer savannah woodland and Acacia thornveld, preferably near water. Although mainly active during the day they can be active during periods of feeding at night. Rams are bigger than ewes and have horns while ewes do not grow horns.
Info source: http://www.wildlifesouthafrica.com/blog/mammals-of-south-africa/impala-fact-file
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The photo was taken during September 2017 near Tshokwane Picnic Spot, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa.

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