Is an Ocelot faster than an Otter?

A: Yes, an Ocelot is faster than an Otter
The average top speed of an Ocelot is 61 kph, (38 mph) while for an Otter it is 11 kph, (7 mph)
NameName:OcelotName:Otter
Top SpeedTop Speed:61 kph, (38 mph)Top Speed:11 kph, (7 mph)
HeightHeight:46 cm, (1 ft, 6.1 in )Height:90 cm, (2 ft, 11.4 in )
WeightWeight:12 kg, (26 lbs)Weight:30 kg, (66 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):8Lifespan in Wild (years):23
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:Sea Otters are marine mammals in the waters of the northern and eastern Pacific. They have the warmest and thickest coat of fur of all animals and also have a waterproof outer layer. They are omnivores that feast on aquatic plants and seaweeds.
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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:Otter
Top Speed:11 kph, (7 mph)
Height:90 cm, (2 ft, 11.4 in )
Weight:30 kg, (66 lbs)
Lifespan in Wild (years):23
Description:Sea Otters are marine mammals in the waters of the northern and eastern Pacific. They have the warmest and thickest coat of fur of all animals and also have a waterproof outer layer. They are omnivores that feast on aquatic plants and seaweeds.
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