"Pretty as a Postcard!"
Only the male Impala has horns which are lyrate, and ridged only on the front. The male society is much looser and separate from that of females except when time for mating. The male alternates between territoriality and bachelor status. He is territorial but less so in dry season. His territory often overlaps with that of another male. He will imprint on a traditional home range and return to it again and again.
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