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Happy female impala at Tarangire Impalas are extremely common in Tanzania, there are hundreds of thousands of them. Because how common they are and being a key prey animal for big cats, our guide calls them "MacDonalds", being a readily available snack. Aepyceros melampus,Africa,Impala,Tanzania,Tarangire,Tarangire National Park Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Happy female impala at Tarangire

Impalas are extremely common in Tanzania, there are hundreds of thousands of them. Because how common they are and being a key prey animal for big cats, our guide calls them "MacDonalds", being a readily available snack.

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  1. Do you get fries with that? Great photo Posted 6 years ago

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The impala is a medium-sized African antelope. It is the type species of the genus ''Aepyceros'' and belongs to the family Bovidae. Two subspecies of the impala have been recognised: the common impala and the black-faced.

Similar species: Even-toed Ungulates
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Ferdy Christant

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Uploaded Oct 9, 2013. Captured Aug 30, 2013 13:16.
  • NIKON D800
  • f/5.6
  • 1/800s
  • ISO450
  • 300mm