Is a Mandrill faster than a Budgerigar?

A: No, a Mandrill is slower than a Budgerigar
The average top speed of a Mandrill is 40 kph, (25 mph) while for a Budgerigar it is 42 kph, (26 mph)
NameName:MandrillName:Budgerigar
Top SpeedTop Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)Top Speed:42 kph, (26 mph)
* not certain if this is top speed, but it is top documented
HeightHeight:47 cm, (1 ft, 6.5 in )Height:17 cm, (6.7 in )
WeightWeight:20 kg, (44 lbs)Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):25Lifespan in Wild (years):4
DescriptionDescription:Mandrills live in tropical forests of western-central Africa. They are known for a bright colorful nose that intensifies in hue when they get excited. Their chests turn blue as well, and red dots appear on their ankles and wrists.Description:The budgerigar is a small bird from Australia. It is similar to a parakeet and is brightly colored in grey, green, yellow, blue, black, and white. It is believed that this is a species of parrot, and is thus the smallest parrot species, known.
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Name:Mandrill
Top Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)
Height:47 cm, (1 ft, 6.5 in )
Weight:20 kg, (44 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):25
Description:Mandrills live in tropical forests of western-central Africa. They are known for a bright colorful nose that intensifies in hue when they get excited. Their chests turn blue as well, and red dots appear on their ankles and wrists.
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Name:Budgerigar
Top Speed:42 kph, (26 mph)
* not certain if this is top speed, but it is top documented
Height:17 cm, (6.7 in )
Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):4
Description:The budgerigar is a small bird from Australia. It is similar to a parakeet and is brightly colored in grey, green, yellow, blue, black, and white. It is believed that this is a species of parrot, and is thus the smallest parrot species, known.
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