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Two impalas eating dry leaves

Two impalas eating dry leaves - View amazing Impala photos - Aepyceros melampus - on Arkive

"Doe-eyed Impala" by Barbara Robert: Don't forget about the antelope species! This beautiful Impala in soft light is a favorite photo among the lions, leopards and elephants of Botswana.

Okavango Delta

"Doe-eyed Impala" by Barbara Robert: Don't forget about the antelope species! This beautiful Impala in soft light is a favorite photo among the lions, leopards and elephants of Botswana.

Impala getting skittish about sharing the water hole with a bull elephant•

Elephant & Antelope Encounter

O vale do Serengeti é habitat de dezenas de espécies de mamíferos, como guepardos, impalas, antílopes, gnus, zebras e leões, como esse pequeno filhote

O vale do Serengeti é habitat de dezenas de espécies de mamíferos, como guepardos, impalas, antílopes, gnus, zebras e leões, como esse pequeno filhote

Low poly Impala antilope gnu wildebeest  porpoising von Papperbear

Low poly Impala antilope gnu wildebeest porpoising trophy model printable DIY pdf papercraft template, Paper sculpture

Low poly Impala antilope gnu wildebeest porpoising von Papperbear

♂ Interesting animal face...I always consider the main physical feature of the animal as the key compositional element. Photograph/Salvatore Arone #symmetry #portrait #animal

Blackbuck: I always consider the main physical feature of the animal as the key compositional element.

♂ Male Impala (Aepyceros melampus) on the Masia Mara Game Reserve, Kenya, Africa by David Davis Photoproductions

funkysafari: “ Male Impala (Aepyceros melampus) on the Masia Mara Game Reserve, Kenya, Africa by David Davis Photoproductions ”

Handsome Impala (by MAC-Kenya)

Beautiful Impala - The impala is a medium-sized African antelope. It is the type species of the genus Aepyceros and belongs to the family Bovidae. It was first described by German zoologist Martin Hinrich Carl Lichtenstein in

"Sideburns ~ Sorry! ~ I mean: Sidebirds!"

we-are-star-stuff: A young impala ram with his two red-billed oxpeckers friends. JRB: How do you like my new earrings, Dear?

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