The impala, known as the rooibok locally, will be hunted by pretty much every hunter that comes to South Africa.  They are both browsers and grazers, and are adaptable to a multitude of different habitats.  They move around in large herds  and bunch up when they are threatened. Due to their small frame, there is a distinct risk that a bullet will pass straight through an animal and hit an unintended target on the other side. Only the rams carry horns. Their meat is also delicious and is a staple around the campfire.

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