Amazing Facts About Impalas

According to National Geographic, impalas can leap up to 10 feet in the air and travel as far as 33 feet in a single bound—which, for an animal with an average height of 3 feet and length of around 4 feet, is a considerable distance.

This agility makes it easy for impalas to maneuver over and around obstacles, which comes in handy when they need to escape predators. Find out more!

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