impala

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impala

an extraordinarily agile antelope about 3 ft high, with long, lyre-shaped horns on the male. Called also Aepyceros melampus.
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30-06 topped with a Leupold scope, I had a chance to do a summer time hunt for Aepyceros melampus or the African version of an Impala for the plain spoken.
Aspects of the behaviour of the impala male Aepyceros melampus during the rut.
2009) reported on other species such as impala Aepyceros melampus being even slightly more abundant in the ARS than inside LMNP even though impala experience strong hunting and poaching in the ARS (Averbeck 2001, 2002, Lamprey & Mugisha 2009).