|Title: Impala, Alternative Title: (Aepyceros melampus), Creator: Stolz, Gary M. Source: WO5649-007, Publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Contributor: DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS|
Language: EN - ENGLISH, Rights: (public domain), Audience: (general), Subject: Africa, Animals, Kenya, Mammals, Wildlife, deer,
Impala, black-faced, Aepyceros melampus petersi, Family: Bovidae, Group: Mammals Swahili Name: Swala Pala. The Black-faced impala was first listed on June 02, 1970. It is currently designated as Endangered in the Entire Range. The published range of this species includes: Angola, Namibia (please note, the current range of this species may be quite different from the published range). The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Foreign (International Affairs) is the lead region for this entity.
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