Is a Porpoise faster than a Rabbit?

A: Yes, a Porpoise is faster than a Rabbit
The average top speed of a Porpoise is 23 kph, (14 mph) while for a Rabbit it is 4 kph, (2 mph)
NameName:PorpoiseName:Rabbit
Top SpeedTop Speed:23 kph, (14 mph)Top Speed:4 kph, (2 mph)
* slow swimmer
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:46 cm, (1 ft, 6.1 in )
WeightWeight:53 kg, (117 lbs)Weight:2 kg, (4 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):15Lifespan in Wild (years):6
DescriptionDescription:Harbor Porpoise are among the smallest cetaceans in the ocean. It has small flippers and lives inshore, so is the best-studied of the cetaceans. Their loud puffing sounds make them easy to find.Description:European rabbits are also called “Old World” rabbits. They are the last of their kind since the ice age. It was believed to have once been confined to parts of France, but has multiplied. They now prefer habitats that are sandy and near sea level. They are nocturnal and spend most of the day inside complex burrow systems.
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Name:Porpoise
Top Speed:23 kph, (14 mph)
* slow swimmer
Height:n/a
Weight:53 kg, (117 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):15
Description:Harbor Porpoise are among the smallest cetaceans in the ocean. It has small flippers and lives inshore, so is the best-studied of the cetaceans. Their loud puffing sounds make them easy to find.
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Name:Rabbit
Top Speed:4 kph, (2 mph)
Height:46 cm, (1 ft, 6.1 in )
Weight:2 kg, (4 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):6
Description:European rabbits are also called “Old World” rabbits. They are the last of their kind since the ice age. It was believed to have once been confined to parts of France, but has multiplied. They now prefer habitats that are sandy and near sea level. They are nocturnal and spend most of the day inside complex burrow systems.
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