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East African Impala - Species Detail
Aepyceros melampus rendilis
DESCRIPTION Larger than the southern and Angolan impalas, with a brighter body color, and horns that are longer and thicker, with the tips usually more widely spread.
DISTRIBUTION Kenya, Rwanda, two small areas in southwestern and northeastern Uganda, and Tanzania as far south as the Selous Reserve.
South of the Selous, there are no impalas for 75-100 miles (120-160 km). This natural break separates the East African impalas of the Selous from the southern impalas (of the johnstoni race) that are found just north of the Mozambique border.
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