The Life of Animals | Impala |Impala range of the between 73 and 92 cm (29 and 36 in.) tall. Average mass for a male impala is 46 to 76 kg (100 to 170 lb), while females weigh about 35 to 50 kg (77 to 110 lb). Females, Referred to as ewes, have no horns. The black impala, found in very few places in Africa, is an extremely rare type. Females and young form herds of up to two hundred individuals. When food is plentiful, adult males Will Establish territories. Females pass through the territories That have the best food resources Territorial males round up any female herds enter That Their grounds, and Will That chase away bachelor males follow.
A male impala tries to Prevent any female from leaving his territory. Large, mixed tranquil herds of females and males form. Young male impalas WHO have been made to leave Their previous herd form bachelor herds of around thirty individuals. That males are Able to Dominate Their herd are contenders for assuming control of a territory. When giving birth, a female impala will of isolates herself from the herd despite numerous attempts by the male to keep her in his territory. Impalas can reach running speeds of about 80 to 90 km / h (50 to 56 mph), to escape Their predators. The largest numbers occurring in areas Such as the Masai Mara and Kajiado (Kenya), Serengeti, Ruaha and Selous (Tanzania), Luangwa Valley (Zambia), Okavango (Botswana), Hwange, Sebungwe and the Zambezi Valley (Zimbabwe), Kruger National Park (South Africa) and on private farms and conservancies (South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia). The rare Black-faced impalas survive in Etosha National Park and private farms in Namibia