Is a Salamander faster than a Wildcat?

A: No, a Salamander is slower than a Wildcat
The average top speed of a Salamander is 17 kph, (11 mph) while for a Wildcat it is 25 kph, (16 mph)
NameName:SalamanderName:Wildcat
Top SpeedTop Speed:17 kph, (11 mph)Top Speed:25 kph, (16 mph)
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:27 cm, (10.6 in )
WeightWeight:n/aWeight:4 kg, (9 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):13Lifespan in Wild (years):14
DescriptionDescription:Tiger salamanders are the largest terrestrial salamanders on Earth. They are distinguished by bright yellow blotches or stripes covering thick green or gray bodies. They live in North America in deep burrows.Description:Wild cats live throughout Southwestern China, Europe, and Africa. They are grey or brown with soft fur and bushy tails. They are also striped in black over the body.
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Name:Salamander
Top Speed:17 kph, (11 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):13
Description:Tiger salamanders are the largest terrestrial salamanders on Earth. They are distinguished by bright yellow blotches or stripes covering thick green or gray bodies. They live in North America in deep burrows.
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Name:Wildcat
Top Speed:25 kph, (16 mph)
Height:27 cm, (10.6 in )
Weight:4 kg, (9 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):14
Description:Wild cats live throughout Southwestern China, Europe, and Africa. They are grey or brown with soft fur and bushy tails. They are also striped in black over the body.
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