Which is shorter, a Cheetah or a Raccoon?

A: A Raccoon is shorter than a Cheetah
The average height of a Cheetah is 122 cm, (4 ft, in ) while the average height of a Raccoon is 26 cm, (10.2 in )
NameName:CheetahName:Raccoon
HeightHeight:122 cm, (4 ft, in )Height:26 cm, (10.2 in )
* ranges from 115 to 136cm* Guadeloupe Racoon - ranges from 23 to 30cm
WeightWeight:52 kg, (115 lbs)Weight:6 kg, (13 lbs)
Top SpeedTop Speed:112 kph, (70 mph)Top Speed:24 kph, (15 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):11Lifespan in Wild (years):14
DescriptionDescription:Cheetahs are large members of the cat family which have yellow to brown fur and small, tightly spaced, spots. They are best known for being the fastest land animals on Earth.Description:Raccoons are bear-like mammals that were once exclusively found in North America but now live in Japan and Europe as well. They have what appears to be a black mask surrounding their eyes. Their front paws are so dexterous that they can turn door knobs, untie knots, and open jars.
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Name:Cheetah
Height:122 cm, (4 ft, in )
* ranges from 115 to 136cm
Weight:52 kg, (115 lbs)
Top Speed:112 kph, (70 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):11
Description:Cheetahs are large members of the cat family which have yellow to brown fur and small, tightly spaced, spots. They are best known for being the fastest land animals on Earth.
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Name:Raccoon
Height:26 cm, (10.2 in )
* Guadeloupe Racoon - ranges from 23 to 30cm
Weight:6 kg, (13 lbs)
Top Speed:24 kph, (15 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):14
Description:Raccoons are bear-like mammals that were once exclusively found in North America but now live in Japan and Europe as well. They have what appears to be a black mask surrounding their eyes. Their front paws are so dexterous that they can turn door knobs, untie knots, and open jars.
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