The impala is a water-dependent and typical ecotone (transition area) species, associated with light woodlands and savannahs, selecting open Acacia savannas with nutrient-rich soils providing good-quality grass, and high-quality browse in the dry season. Their population have been estimated at circa 2 million. ("African antelope database 1998", Road East, IUCN, Cambridge, 1999: 238-241)

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