Which is faster, a Salamander or a Turtle?

A: A Salamander is faster than a Turtle
The average top speed of a Salamander is 17 kph, (11 mph) and for a Turtle it is 4 kph, (2 mph)
NameName:SalamanderName:Turtle
Top SpeedTop Speed:17 kph, (11 mph)Top Speed:4 kph, (2 mph)
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:17 cm, (6.7 in )
WeightWeight:n/aWeight:11 kg, (24 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):13Lifespan in Wild (years):27
DescriptionDescription:Tiger salamanders are the largest terrestrial salamanders on Earth. They are distinguished by bright yellow blotches or stripes covering thick green or gray bodies. They live in North America in deep burrows.Description:Snapping turtles are freshwater reptiles in North America. They are tan, dark brown, and black, with necks and tails that are yellowish. They become violent when taken out of water but calm down when placed back in it.
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Name:Salamander
Top Speed:17 kph, (11 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):13
Description:Tiger salamanders are the largest terrestrial salamanders on Earth. They are distinguished by bright yellow blotches or stripes covering thick green or gray bodies. They live in North America in deep burrows.
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Name:Turtle
Top Speed:4 kph, (2 mph)
Height:17 cm, (6.7 in )
Weight:11 kg, (24 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):27
Description:Snapping turtles are freshwater reptiles in North America. They are tan, dark brown, and black, with necks and tails that are yellowish. They become violent when taken out of water but calm down when placed back in it.
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