Is an Ocelot faster than an Impala?

A: No, an Ocelot is slower than an Impala
The average top speed of an Ocelot is 61 kph, (38 mph) while for an Impala it is 80 kph, (50 mph)
NameName:OcelotName:Impala
Top SpeedTop Speed:61 kph, (38 mph)Top Speed:80 kph, (50 mph)
HeightHeight:46 cm, (1 ft, 6.1 in )Height:85 cm, (2 ft, 9.5 in )
WeightWeight:12 kg, (26 lbs)Weight:40 kg, (88 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):8Lifespan in Wild (years):17
DescriptionDescription:Ocelots are cats from the South American jungles. They have velvety fur that is yellow to reddish grey and marked with black markings on their bodies, and and stripes on their heads. They are agile runners and adept swimmers.Description:The Impala dwells in woodlands where a source of water is near. Males have S-shaped horns but both sexes are covered with red-brown hair which pales on the sides. They feed mostly on grass. They can leap up to 3 meters in the air to outrun a predator.
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Name:Ocelot
Top Speed:61 kph, (38 mph)
Height:46 cm, (1 ft, 6.1 in )
Weight:12 kg, (26 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):8
Description:Ocelots are cats from the South American jungles. They have velvety fur that is yellow to reddish grey and marked with black markings on their bodies, and and stripes on their heads. They are agile runners and adept swimmers.
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Name:Impala
Top Speed:80 kph, (50 mph)
Height:85 cm, (2 ft, 9.5 in )
Weight:40 kg, (88 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):17
Description:The Impala dwells in woodlands where a source of water is near. Males have S-shaped horns but both sexes are covered with red-brown hair which pales on the sides. They feed mostly on grass. They can leap up to 3 meters in the air to outrun a predator.
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