Is a Mole faster than a Basilisk?

A: No, a Mole is slower than a Basilisk
The average top speed of a Mole is 8 kph, (5 mph) while for a Basilisk it is 11 kph, (7 mph)
NameName:MoleName:Basilisk
Top SpeedTop Speed:8 kph, (5 mph)Top Speed:11 kph, (7 mph)
* only for short distances
HeightHeight:10 cm, (3.9 in )Height:n/a
WeightWeight:n/aWeight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):3Lifespan in Wild (years):5
DescriptionDescription: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.Description:The Basilisk was named for a mythological Greek part rooster, part lion, and part snake animal. It is a lizard living in Central and South America, and it can sprint on top of water. They are typically brown or olive green, and have head crests which are used for defensive displays.
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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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Name:Basilisk
Top Speed:11 kph, (7 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):5
Description:The Basilisk was named for a mythological Greek part rooster, part lion, and part snake animal. It is a lizard living in Central and South America, and it can sprint on top of water. They are typically brown or olive green, and have head crests which are used for defensive displays.
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