Which is faster, a Springbok or a Mole?

A: A Springbok is faster than a Mole
The average top speed of a Springbok is 88 kph, (55 mph) and for a Mole it is 8 kph, (5 mph)
NameName:SpringbokName:Mole
Top SpeedTop Speed:88 kph, (55 mph)Top Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)
* only for short distances
HeightHeight:80 cm, (2 ft, 7.5 in )Height:10 cm, (3.9 in )
WeightWeight:42 kg, (93 lbs)Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):12Lifespan in Wild (years):3
DescriptionDescription:The Springbok is the third fastest animal on land and can jump 10 meters. Their jumping habit can be seen during and after rain. They are brown and white animals, similar to gazelles.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:Springbok
Top Speed:88 kph, (55 mph)
Height:80 cm, (2 ft, 7.5 in )
Weight:42 kg, (93 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):12
Description:The Springbok is the third fastest animal on land and can jump 10 meters. Their jumping habit can be seen during and after rain. They are brown and white animals, similar to gazelles.
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Name:Mole
Top Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)
* only for short distances
Height:10 cm, (3.9 in )
Weight:n/a
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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