A: A Skunk is slower than a Goat

A Skunk has an average top speed of 16 kph, (10 mph) and for a Goat it is 17 kph, (11 mph)

Name | Name:Skunk | Name:Goat |

Top Speed | Top Speed:16 kph, (10 mph) | Top Speed:17 kph, (11 mph) |

Height | Height:18 cm, (7.1 in ) | Height:60 cm, (1 ft, 11.6 in ) |

Weight | Weight:4 kg, (9 lbs) | Weight:66 kg, (146 lbs) |

Lifespan in Wild (years) | Lifespan in Wild (years):7 | Lifespan in Wild (years):13 |

Description | Description:Striped Skunks are famous for releasing a foul, strong smelling musk, secreted from the rear end whenever threatened. They are easily to recognize with all black fur that has one white stripe on its nape and a thin one running from forehead to snout. | Description:Goats are white, brown, tan, grey, or black animals which have large curved horns and beards, like goatees, hence the name of the beard. Like cows, goats can also be used for milk. |

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