Is a Badger faster than an Iguana?

A: No, a Badger is slower than an Iguana
The average top speed of a Badger is 30 kph, (19 mph) while for an Iguana it is 35 kph, (22 mph)
NameName:BadgerName:Iguana
Top SpeedTop Speed:30 kph, (19 mph)Top Speed:35 kph, (22 mph)
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:n/a
WeightWeight:12 kg, (26 lbs)Weight:5 kg, (11 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):7Lifespan in Wild (years):18
DescriptionDescription: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.Description:Common green iguanas live throughout Central to South America and it is the largest known lizard that loves to dwell on tree canopies. They act frozen when threatened but once caught, it will whip its tail and rotate wildly. Its skin is traded as luxury leather.
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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.
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Name:Iguana
Top Speed:35 kph, (22 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:5 kg, (11 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):18
Description:Common green iguanas live throughout Central to South America and it is the largest known lizard that loves to dwell on tree canopies. They act frozen when threatened but once caught, it will whip its tail and rotate wildly. Its skin is traded as luxury leather.
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