The Impala (Aepyceros melampus) is one of the most agile of all of the antelope species. They range from southern Africa to the northern limits of East Africa. They weigh 100 to 135 pounds and stand 28 to 36 inches tall. The males' graceful lyre-shaped horns are 18 to 37 inches long; the females have no horns. The Impala is typically found at grassland and woodland edges, usually very close to water. Unlike other antelopes, impalas have large, brushlike tufts of long, coarse black hair that cover a scent gland located just above the heel on each hind leg.
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