Is a Skunk taller than a Mole?

A: Yes, a Skunk is taller than a Mole
For a Skunk the average height is 18 cm, (7.1 in ) and for a Mole it is 10 cm, (3.9 in )
NameName:SkunkName:Mole
HeightHeight:18 cm, (7.1 in )Height:10 cm, (3.9 in )
* Striped Skunk - ranges from 15 to 22cm* Star Nosed Mole - ranges from 8 to 13cm
WeightWeight:4 kg, (9 lbs)Weight:n/a
Top SpeedTop Speed:16 kph, (10 mph)Top Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):7Lifespan in Wild (years):3
DescriptionDescription:Striped Skunks are famous for releasing a foul, strong smelling musk, secreted from the rear end whenever threatened. They are easily to recognize with all black fur that has one white stripe on its nape and a thin one running from forehead to snout.Description:Star-nosed Moles live in the eastern part of North America in wet habitats. They have a hairless nose which is surrounded by 22 pink, fleshy tentacles, (hence, the name: star-nosed). These tentacles protects the nose when they dig soil tunnels to forage.
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Name:Skunk
Height:18 cm, (7.1 in )
* Striped Skunk - ranges from 15 to 22cm
Weight:4 kg, (9 lbs)
Top Speed:16 kph, (10 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):7
Description:Striped Skunks are famous for releasing a foul, strong smelling musk, secreted from the rear end whenever threatened. They are easily to recognize with all black fur that has one white stripe on its nape and a thin one running from forehead to snout.
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Name:Mole
Height:10 cm, (3.9 in )
* Star Nosed Mole - ranges from 8 to 13cm
Weight:n/a
Top Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):3
Description:Star-nosed Moles live in the eastern part of North America in wet habitats. They have a hairless nose which is surrounded by 22 pink, fleshy tentacles, (hence, the name: star-nosed). These tentacles protects the nose when they dig soil tunnels to forage.
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