Is a Tiger faster than a Cheetah?

A: No, a Tiger is slower than a Cheetah
The average top speed of a Tiger is 96 kph, (60 mph) while for a Cheetah it is 112 kph, (70 mph)
NameName:TigerName:Cheetah
Top SpeedTop Speed:96 kph, (60 mph)Top Speed:112 kph, (70 mph)
HeightHeight:90 cm, (2 ft, 11.4 in )Height:122 cm, (4 ft, in )
WeightWeight:250 kg, (551 lbs)Weight:52 kg, (115 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):9Lifespan in Wild (years):11
DescriptionDescription:Bengal tigers live in India and are the second largest of all tigers. It has no wild predators because of its large size and power. They are excellent swimmers as well.Description:Cheetahs are large members of the cat family which have yellow to brown fur and small, tightly spaced, spots. They are best known for being the fastest land animals on Earth.
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Name:Tiger
Top Speed:96 kph, (60 mph)
Height:90 cm, (2 ft, 11.4 in )
Weight:250 kg, (551 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):9
Description:Bengal tigers live in India and are the second largest of all tigers. It has no wild predators because of its large size and power. They are excellent swimmers as well.
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Name:Cheetah
Top Speed:112 kph, (70 mph)
Height:122 cm, (4 ft, in )
Weight:52 kg, (115 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):11
Description:Cheetahs are large members of the cat family which have yellow to brown fur and small, tightly spaced, spots. They are best known for being the fastest land animals on Earth.
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