Is a Cougar heavier than an Ibex?

A: No, a Cougar is not heavier than an Ibex
The average weight of a Cougar is 75 kg, (165 lbs) versus 80 kg, (176 lbs) for an Ibex
NameName:CougarName:Ibex
WeightWeight:75 kg, (165 lbs)Weight:80 kg, (176 lbs)
* ranges from 29 to 90kg* Alpine Ibex - ranges from 65 to 100kg
HeightHeight:75 cm, (2 ft, 5.5 in )Height:90 cm, (2 ft, 11.4 in )
Top SpeedTop Speed:45 kph, (28 mph)Top Speed:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):15Lifespan in Wild (years):14
DescriptionDescription:Cougars are native to south America and western North America and are also called mountain lions, pumas, and panthers. They can be tan, black, or brown, and can jump thirty feet into the air.Description:Alpine Ibex are commonly seen in the mountains of Central Europe down to Northern Ethiopia and east towards Central China. They are wild goats coated with brownish grey fur and also carried a distinctive curved horn. Males fight with each other using these horns to win over females for mating.
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Name:Cougar
Weight:75 kg, (165 lbs)
* ranges from 29 to 90kg
Height:75 cm, (2 ft, 5.5 in )
Top Speed:45 kph, (28 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):15
Description:Cougars are native to south America and western North America and are also called mountain lions, pumas, and panthers. They can be tan, black, or brown, and can jump thirty feet into the air.
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Name:Ibex
Weight:80 kg, (176 lbs)
* Alpine Ibex - ranges from 65 to 100kg
Height:90 cm, (2 ft, 11.4 in )
Top Speed:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):14
Description:Alpine Ibex are commonly seen in the mountains of Central Europe down to Northern Ethiopia and east towards Central China. They are wild goats coated with brownish grey fur and also carried a distinctive curved horn. Males fight with each other using these horns to win over females for mating.
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