Meet Our Animals > Impala
Quick Facts
Native to Sub-Saharan east and southeast Africa
Primary Diet Grasses, leaves, blossoms
Adult Weight Males: 132 to 143 pounds; Females: 88 to 100 pounds
Lifespan Up to 15 years
Status Least Concern

Impala

Impalas are known for their spectacular leaps of up to 9 feet high and 11 feet long. They can leap over bushes and even other impalas! And when startled or threatened by a predator, impala herd members explode in all directions, leaping from side to side, making it difficult for a predator to follow.

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