Is a Chinchilla faster than a Mole?

A: Yes, a Chinchilla is faster than a Mole
The average top speed of a Chinchilla is 24 kph, (15 mph) while for a Mole it is 8 kph, (5 mph)
NameName:ChinchillaName:Mole
Top SpeedTop Speed:24 kph, (15 mph)Top Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)
* only for short distances
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:10 cm, (3.9 in )
WeightWeight:n/aWeight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):15Lifespan in Wild (years):3
DescriptionDescription:Chinchillas are rodents that are native to the Andes Mountains in South America. They eat nuts, seeds, and berries. They defend themselves by spraying urine and releasing their fur when under attack.Description:Star-nosed Moles live in the eastern part of North America in wet habitats. They have a hairless nose which is surrounded by 22 pink, fleshy tentacles, (hence, the name: star-nosed). These tentacles protects the nose when they dig soil tunnels to forage.
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Name:Chinchilla
Top Speed:24 kph, (15 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):15
Description:Chinchillas are rodents that are native to the Andes Mountains in South America. They eat nuts, seeds, and berries. They defend themselves by spraying urine and releasing their fur when under attack.
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Name:Mole
Top Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)
* only for short distances
Height:10 cm, (3.9 in )
Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):3
Description:Star-nosed Moles live in the eastern part of North America in wet habitats. They have a hairless nose which is surrounded by 22 pink, fleshy tentacles, (hence, the name: star-nosed). These tentacles protects the nose when they dig soil tunnels to forage.
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