A: An Ocelot is slower than a Pony

An Ocelot has an average top speed of 61 kph, (38 mph) and for a Pony it is 64 kph, (40 mph)

Name | Name:Ocelot | Name:Pony |

Top Speed | Top Speed:61 kph, (38 mph) | Top Speed:64 kph, (40 mph) |

Height | Height:46 cm, (1 ft, 6.1 in ) | Height:138 cm, (4 ft, 6.3 in ) |

Weight | Weight:12 kg, (26 lbs) | Weight:125 kg, (276 lbs) |

Lifespan in Wild (years) | Lifespan in Wild (years):8 | Lifespan in Wild (years):35 |

Description | Description:Ocelots are cats from the South American jungles. They have velvety fur that is yellow to reddish grey and marked with black markings on their bodies, and and stripes on their heads. They are agile runners and adept swimmers. | Description:Ponies are small horses of many breeds. Historically, they are used for kidsâ€™ mount, recreational riding, and freight transport. Any horse that measures less than 147 cm at the withers is called a pony. |

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