Roaring Impalas

It is that time of year again, when the male impalas are all blindly bounding through the bush literally roaring at one another!

More professionally this is known as rutting, a time when the dominant male impalas use a strange bellow like sound to advertise their presence and intimidate their prospective rivals. These male impalas spend most of their days and some of the night passionately pursuing the females of the species, often forgetting to eat. 

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