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Male impalas regularly engage in mock fights, accompanied by grunts, snorts and "barks". During rutting season the males fight often to protect their territories. It is not uncommon to find males with harems  numbering twenty or more during this time.

Male impalas regularly engage in mock fights, accompanied by grunts, snorts and "barks". During rutting season the males fight often to protect their territories. It is not uncommon to find males with harems numbering twenty or more during this time.

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safari
African bush
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