Is a Roebuck taller than a Sheep?

A: No, a Sheep is taller than a Roebuck
For a Roebuck the average height is 70 cm, (2 ft, 3.6 in ) and for a Sheep it is 80 cm, (2 ft, 7.5 in )
NameName:RoebuckName:Sheep
HeightHeight:70 cm, (2 ft, 3.6 in )Height:80 cm, (2 ft, 7.5 in )
* ranges from 65 to 75cm* Domestic Sheep - ranges from 65 to 127cm
WeightWeight:26 kg, (57 lbs)Weight:100 kg, (220 lbs)
Top SpeedTop Speed:70 kph, (43 mph)Top Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):13Lifespan in Wild (years):n/a
DescriptionDescription:Roebuck is the name for the male Roe Deer. They are grayish brown to dark brown during winter and turn red brown to red in summer. Their antlers shed once a year, but grow back immediately afterwards.Description:Domestic sheep are domesticated animals raised primarily for their wool and meat. They are grazers of grass and berries, and known for their thick white, grey, or black wool.
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Name:Roebuck
Height:70 cm, (2 ft, 3.6 in )
* ranges from 65 to 75cm
Weight:26 kg, (57 lbs)
Top Speed:70 kph, (43 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):13
Description:Roebuck is the name for the male Roe Deer. They are grayish brown to dark brown during winter and turn red brown to red in summer. Their antlers shed once a year, but grow back immediately afterwards.
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Name:Sheep
Height:80 cm, (2 ft, 7.5 in )
* Domestic Sheep - ranges from 65 to 127cm
Weight:100 kg, (220 lbs)
Top Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):n/a
Description:Domestic sheep are domesticated animals raised primarily for their wool and meat. They are grazers of grass and berries, and known for their thick white, grey, or black wool.
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