Is an Alligator faster than a Porcupine?

A: Yes, an Alligator is faster than a Porcupine
The average top speed of an Alligator is 32 kph, (20 mph) while for a Porcupine it is 3 kph, (2 mph)
NameName:AlligatorName:Porcupine
Top SpeedTop Speed:32 kph, (20 mph)Top Speed:3 kph, (2 mph)
* top speed can only be maintained a short distance
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:n/a
WeightWeight:400 kg, (882 lbs)Weight:10 kg, (22 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):n/aLifespan in Wild (years):6
DescriptionDescription:Alligators are found in fresh water habitats in America and China. They are large and powerful reptiles, with strong jaws and usually grey, brown, or green colored scaly skin.Description:Porcupines are the largest of all rodents,living in jungles of Africa, Europe, and Asia. They are coated with long poisonous spikes for defense. These spikes separate from the porcupine, painfully stick into the victim, and are difficult to remove. Porcupines are mostly grey and brown, but some are white in color.
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Name:Alligator
Top Speed:32 kph, (20 mph)
* top speed can only be maintained a short distance
Height:n/a
Weight:400 kg, (882 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):n/a
Description:Alligators are found in fresh water habitats in America and China. They are large and powerful reptiles, with strong jaws and usually grey, brown, or green colored scaly skin.
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Name:Porcupine
Top Speed:3 kph, (2 mph)
Height:n/a
Weight:10 kg, (22 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):6
Description:Porcupines are the largest of all rodents,living in jungles of Africa, Europe, and Asia. They are coated with long poisonous spikes for defense. These spikes separate from the porcupine, painfully stick into the victim, and are difficult to remove. Porcupines are mostly grey and brown, but some are white in color.
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