A: A Porpoise is slower than an Opossum

A Porpoise has an average top speed of 23 kph, (14 mph) and for an Opossum it is 25 kph, (16 mph)

Name | Name:Porpoise | Name:Opossum |

Top Speed | Top Speed:23 kph, (14 mph) | Top Speed:25 kph, (16 mph) |

* slow swimmer | ||

Height | Height:n/a | Height:20 cm, (7.9 in ) |

Weight | Weight:53 kg, (117 lbs) | Weight:3 kg, (7 lbs) |

Lifespan in Wild (years) | Lifespan in Wild (years):15 | Lifespan in Wild (years):2 |

Description | Description:Harbor Porpoise are among the smallest cetaceans in the ocean. It has small flippers and lives inshore, so is the best-studied of the cetaceans. Their loud puffing sounds make them easy to find. | Description:Opossums live in dry habitats throughout South and Central America. They have pouches where they carry their babies after birth, and are known for hanging upside down from their tails, and playing dead when threatened. |

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