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Serengeti landscape

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Hippo butt

Female Ostrich

Giraffe eating

A male impala calls out to herd the females

Keywords: Stock Photo Picture Aepyceros melampus Africa African Safari African Wildlife Alpha Male Animals Antelope Breeding Herd Call Control Dark Continent Dominant Male EAC East Africa East African Community Eastern Africa Endless Plain Fauna Herd Impala Male Impala Nature Outdoors Ram Roar Safari Serengeti National Park Snort Sound Style Sub-Saharan Africa Tanzania Tanzanian Safari United Republic of Tanzania Vertical Wildlife

Caption:

A male impala calls out to herd the females

Keywords:
Aepyceros melampus Africa African Safari African Wildlife Alpha Male Animals Antelope Breeding Herd Call Control Dark Continent Dominant Male EAC East Africa East African Community Eastern Africa Endless Plain Fauna Herd Impala Male Impala Nature Outdoors Ram Roar Safari Serengeti National Park Snort Sound Style Sub-Saharan Africa Tanzania Tanzanian Safari United Republic of Tanzania Vertical Wildlife Images Pictures Pics Photographs Fotos Stock Photos
Notes:
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania - An impala (Aepyceros melampus Greek aipos "high" ceros "horn" + melas "black" pous "foot") is a medium-sized African antelope. The name impala comes from the Zulu language. They are found in savannas in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, southern Angola, northeastern South Africa and Uganda (the source of that country's capital city's name - Kampala). Impalas are gregarious creatures and are usually found in herds, often a male with many females, although an ewe will leave the herd to give birth. Their food consists of a mixture of grasses and leaves. Herds will use specific areas for their excrement. Impala are active during both day and night. Impala are dependent on water, and a herd is normally an indicator of water close by.
City/Location:
Serengeti National Park
State/Province/
Subregion:
N/A
Country:
Tanzania
Camera:
Aperture:
9.0
Shutter Speed:
1/640s
ISO Setting:
400
Focal Length:
560.0mm
Image ID:
Tanzania_3329-Male_Impala_Calling
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