Dietary migration of Impala rivals the geographical migration of Serengeti wildebeest

Dietary migration of Impala rivals the geographical migration of Serengeti wildebeest

A new study shows the Impala’s migration is a ‘dietary migration’, where they switch from eating mostly grass in the wet season, to eating more tree leaves or ‘browse’ during the dry season.

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