Impalas live in savannas and light woodlands. They are herbivores and eat mainly grass, ferns and leaves. They graze and browse in the wet season and also eat acacia pods and fruits.
Male Impalas are the protectors of the herd and when they sense that danger is near, they warn their herd with a bark that is loud and raspy.
Their bodies are reddish-brown and a narrow black line runs along the middle of their lower back to the long tail. They have large brush-like tufts of black hair that covers a scent gland located above the heel on each hind leg.
Are members of the antelope family and have long faces, long black horns and a short tail with beard like hair on their chins.
Are large humped animals with a shaggy mane, large heads and short horns and look similar to wild oxen.
Are wooly, horned ruminant grazing mammals that may be wild or domesticated.
Are cloven-hoofed ruminant mammals belonging to the Bovidae family.
Are marine fin-footed mammals in the family Otariidae and have the ability to walk on all fours.
Are macropods or marsupials that are not large enough to be considered kangaroos.
Are Artiodactyle ruminant mammals of the family Cervidae, commonly known as the deer family.
Are tail-less amphibians with stout bodies and long hind limbs for leaping of the family Bugonidae.
Are the most garrulous pinnipeds or marine mammals with broad heads, flippers, short muzzle, small eyes, tusks and whiskers.