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Check out Jay's latest installment of safari sightings at Mahali Mzuri.
We had ringside seats to a vicious battle between two large, rutting male impalas. Winners of such battles are awarded breeding rights with the herd females.
Losers are often forced to leave the herd, and sometimes die from wounds acquired during the fight. In this case, there was a herd of about 30 females nearby -- so it was a worthy cause! Once the battle began, other male impalas came running over, and gathered round to try to break it up. They "yelled" at them to stop. Eventually things ended with one of fighters turning and running away. The winner gave chase, until they both disappeared over the horizon.
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16th July 2019
Mahali Mzuri: The race is on for the Great Migration
7th June 2019
Mahali Mzuri: An unforgettable flying safari experience
24th April 2019
Mahali Mzuri: Did you know?
14th February 2019
Mahali Mzuri: Big cat dynasties
8th January 2019
Mahali Mzuri: Guest blog by Kait Hanson
2nd January 2019
Mahali Mzuri: Ken-ya feel the love tonight?
1st January 2019
Mahali Mzuri: Soup for the soul
23rd October 2018
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Mahali Mzuri bush news: May sightings
22nd June 2018