Which is slower, a Porpoise or an Orangutan?

A: An Orangutan is slower than a Porpoise
A Porpoise has an average top speed of 23 kph, (14 mph) and for an Orangutan it is 6 kph, (4 mph)
NameName:PorpoiseName:Orangutan
Top SpeedTop Speed:23 kph, (14 mph)Top Speed:6 kph, (4 mph)
* slow swimmer
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:138 cm, (4 ft, 6.3 in )
WeightWeight:53 kg, (117 lbs)Weight:70 kg, (154 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):15Lifespan in Wild (years):35
DescriptionDescription: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:Orangutans the only apes that live outside of Africa. They are adept climbers, with long arms to swing from one branch to another, and live most of their lives in the trees. Males use their throat pouches to produce deep, long calls to attract females and intimidate enemies. They are an orangish brown in color.
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Name:Porpoise
Top Speed:23 kph, (14 mph)
* slow swimmer
Height:n/a
Weight:53 kg, (117 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):15
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.
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Name:Orangutan
Top Speed:6 kph, (4 mph)
Height:138 cm, (4 ft, 6.3 in )
Weight:70 kg, (154 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):35
Description:Orangutans the only apes that live outside of Africa. They are adept climbers, with long arms to swing from one branch to another, and live most of their lives in the trees. Males use their throat pouches to produce deep, long calls to attract females and intimidate enemies. They are an orangish brown in color.
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