Impala

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Impala has always been a local species in the area with healthy numbers and genetics. After 2010 BJ Vorster started projects breeding Black Impala and Saddleback Impalas. A light coloured varient has been observed on the open farm and a free roaming white female was sold in 2015 at the Benchmark Game Breeders auction.