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Group of impalas by Letaba river
Diurnal herbivores, impalas live in groups of twenty male or female individuals. In winter, they gather to form larger herds. Males only defend their territory during the mating season. Impalas feed mainly on grasses and leaves. Always on the lookout for predators, sentinels watch the group's meal. Their alert scream sounds like a sneeze.
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