Which is faster, a Wildcat or a Badger?

A: A Badger is faster than a Wildcat
The average top speed of a Wildcat is 25 kph, (16 mph) and for a Badger it is 30 kph, (19 mph)
NameName:WildcatName:Badger
Top SpeedTop Speed:25 kph, (16 mph)Top Speed:30 kph, (19 mph)
HeightHeight:27 cm, (10.6 in )Height:n/a
WeightWeight:4 kg, (9 lbs)Weight:12 kg, (26 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):14Lifespan in Wild (years):7
DescriptionDescription:Wild cats live throughout Southwestern China, Europe, and Africa. They are grey or brown with soft fur and bushy tails. They are also striped in black over the body.Description:Badgers are scavenging animals from western Asia and Europe. They can be black, white, or brown, and are powerful enough to fight off much larger animals.
/pics/items/animals/Wildcat/pics/items/animals/Badger
Name:Wildcat
Top Speed:25 kph, (16 mph)
Height:27 cm, (10.6 in )
Weight:4 kg, (9 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):14
Description:Wild cats live throughout Southwestern China, Europe, and Africa. They are grey or brown with soft fur and bushy tails. They are also striped in black over the body.
/pics/items/animals/Wildcat
Name:Badger
Top Speed:30 kph, (19 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:12 kg, (26 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):7
Description:Badgers are scavenging animals from western Asia and Europe. They can be black, white, or brown, and are powerful enough to fight off much larger animals.
/pics/items/animals/Badger

Ask Another Question

Which Animal is Faster?
Or
Find out which is the fastest animal
Here are more interesting Questions