ASEN SPORTS Impala - male
The Impala (Aepyceros melampus) carries black bunches of hair on its rear legs and is therefore also called black-heeled antelope. On the back the animal has a black mark, which is called the alstroke. Because of their slender, grayish figure, the antelopes are excellent sprinters. The range includes both a male and a female Impala.
Target zones: 2
Amount of individual parts: 2 (+ horns)
IFAA group: 2