An Impala, Aepyceros melanpus, grooming her young......calf in Mombo, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
An impala calf remains with its mother for the first four to six months, after which it joins juvenile groups, within the herd.
A beautiful, lovely, National Geographic photograph by Beverly Joubert, featured here on a photo postcard.
Related LinksWikipedia's excellent article on Impalas
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