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Female Impala Jumping. This female Impala is running and jumping through a clearing, back into bushes, in a continuous circuit. The Impala runs at up to 40 mphImpala. In the Masai Mara KenyaThe impala. Is also known as the high antelope, an animal of the genus Bovidus. It weighs 40-60 kg and has a shoulder height of about 75-100 cm. Agile, fastThe impala. Is also known as the high antelope, an animal of the genus Bovidus. It weighs 40-60 kg and has a shoulder height of about 75-100 cm. Agile, fastImpala. Wild Impala gazelle jumping, South Luangwa, ZambiaImpala antelopes. Aepyceros melampus melampusMale Impala. A male impala on the edge of a mountain at Ithala Game ReserveImpala affection between two male animals. Impala affection Aepyceros melampus Two male impala`s having an intimate moment during a time of battle, the ruttingImpala. Two impala walking along the shore of a lake in Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania, AfricaImpala. In Amboseli National Park in Kenya making sure they are safe whilst browsing in a small forestImpala. The name impala comes from the Zulu language meaning Gazelle. They are found in savannas and thick bushveld in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, northernImpala. In South Luangwa NP, ZambiaImpala. Mature Impala ram almost hidden in the dry bushImpala. Aepyceros melampus, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa, AfricaZebra in Zimbabwe, Hwange National Park with Antelope Impala. Staring at the Camera. Grassy Safari. February 2016Impala rams. In Botswana Africa under acacia thorn treesImpala. A male Impala walks in the bush at the Nairobi National Park. Aepyceros melampusThe eyes of the Impala. A special close-up of the charming eyes of an Impala gazelle showing the beauty and fragility of this always alert creaturesImpala. Antelopes drinking,safari Etosha, NamibiaChevrolet Impala. Picture of the red 1964 chevrolet impala ssImpala. An impala (Aepyceros melampus) is a medium-sized African antelope. The name impala comes from the Zulu language meaning gazelle. They are found inImpala. Male Impala (Aepyceros melampus) in the Masai Mara KenyaImpala ram. Taken in the Kruger National Park, South AfricaImpala South Africa. Kruger National ParkImpala. Little Rooibok antelope or Impala gazelle head portrait facing the camera witch cute expression in the face watching other African wildlife in a gameImpala. An impala looks into the camera at Chobe National Park in BotswanaImpala silouhette. Impala against the fading light at sunsetImpala with birds. An African Impala with two birds cleaning its earsChevy Impala. Side view of Chevy ImpalaFemale Impala. A portrait of a female ImpalaImpala antelopes. Drinking,safari Lower Zambezi, ZambiaImpala. On savanna in Africa, KenyaBeautiful impala in the grass with evening sun. Animal in the nature habitat. Sunset in Africa wildlife. Wild natureImpala in the dark. Impala istanding in the dark with spotlighgtImpala - Botswana. A male Impala (Aepyceros melampus melampus) in the Savuti region of BotswanaImpala gazelle. Drinking,safari Lower Zambezi, ZambiaImpala. Sits in the brush of the South African plainsImpala. In a row drinking at Kruger National park, South AfricaImpala antelopes. Drinking,safari Etosha, NamibiaImpala at the savanna of Waterberg. National Park South AfricaImpala. African antelope called impala on the savanna in TanzaniaChevrolet Impala. Rusty 1963 Chevrolet Impala on the streets on the French Quarter in New Orleans, LouisianaMales of impala gazelles fighting, Botswana. Males of impala (Aepyceros melampus) having a fight. Moremi Game Reserve,Okavango Delta, BotswanaRare Impala. An Impala with rare deformed horns peering out behind a bushImpala stance. Mature Impala ram, guarding his harem during the rutImpala. (Aepyceros melampus). Isolated on white backgroundImpala. Close-up portrait of male Impala; Aepyceros melampus; South AfricaImpala. Africa, kenya, Lake Nakuru reserve impala in the rainImpala horns. Impala at Nakuru National ParkImpala babies. Two young little Rooibok or Impala gazelle head portraits facing each other watching wildlife and other antelopes in a game park in South AfricaMale Impala. Image of a male impala buckImpala eating. An African Impala stretching to reach the leaves on a treeImpala antelope. Aepyceros melampus melampusMale Impala. Eating grass, Nakuru Lake, KenyaImpala. Looking very wary on the african plains. Photo taken in south Luangwa National Park, Zambia, AfricaImpala male. At Kruger national park, South AfricaImpala calling. A male African Impala calling to the rest of the herdImpala Ram. Feeding in Kruger National ParkMale impala. (Aepyceros melampus), isolated on whiteImpala. Jumping over rocks in the Masai MaraImpala. Isolated over white backgroundImpala - Botswana. A male Impala (Aepyceros melampus melampus) in the Savuti region of BotswanaFemale Impala. Eating grass, Nakuru Lake, KenyaImpala. Male impala in luangwa national park zambiaImpala in savanna. National Reserved. South Africa, KenyaFemale Impala. Herd of female Impala in the Kalahari bush veldHerd of Impala. (Aepyceros melampusImpala sunset. Herd of impala antelopes at the sunset in the Botswana savannahAfrica Sunset Impala. Africa sunset landscape with silhouetted Impala walking on the dusty ground in Botswana, AfricaImpala ram. In botswana,africaTrophy adult male Impala antelope and rifle after hunting. In South Africa. Impala and carbine after a Safari in AfricaGroup of young impala in Tarangire. Group of young impala scientific name: Aepyceros melampus, or `Swala pala` in Swaheli in the Tarangire National parkLarge herd of Impala run along the shore of Lake Kariba. A line of Impala running along the shoreline of Lake Kariba in Bumi National Park, ZimbabweWet Impala. Male Impala in the rainImpala in the savannah. A male impala in Masai Mara national park, KenyaImpala rams. Two impala rams in botswana,africaImpala eating grass from a field. In a national park in South AfricaImpala, Pilanesberg. National Park, South AfricaImpala running. And jumping at full speedImpala. Close up of a Impala (Aepyceros melampus) in the Okavango Delta, Botswana