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“Impala are amongst the most graceful and beautiful of antelope. Yet they are rarely given a second glance”

This month, I would like to start a series of articles focusing on animals that are frequently overlooked because they are so often seen. Oxymoron? Indeed. True? In my opinion, definitely. Let me explain…

With their shiny rust-coloured coats and long slender legs, Impala (Aepyceros melampus) are amongst the most graceful and beautiful of antelope - yet they are rarely given a second glance.

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