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Male Impalas establishing dominance by fighting, North Serengeti This fight is not as serious as you may think, a minute before this these two males were feeding right next to each other, without any sign of aggression. Likely they are bachelors that are practicing. Aepyceros melampus,Africa,Geotagged,Impala,Serengeti National Park,Serengeti North,Serengeti area,Tanzania Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Male Impalas establishing dominance by fighting, North Serengeti

This fight is not as serious as you may think, a minute before this these two males were feeding right next to each other, without any sign of aggression. Likely they are bachelors that are practicing.

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  1. Practise session for future war., Great moment captured Ferdy !! 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 Feb 3, 2014. Captured Sep 4, 2013 10:36 in B 144, Tanzania.
  • NIKON D7000
  • f/6.3
  • 1/1000s
  • ISO320
  • 450mm