Is a Shrew heavier than a Platypus?

A: No, a Shrew is not heavier than a Platypus
The average weight of a Shrew is 1 kg, (2 lbs) versus 2 kg, (4 lbs) for a Platypus
NameName:ShrewName:Platypus
WeightWeight:1 kg, (2 lbs)Weight:2 kg, (4 lbs)
* Elephant Shrew - ranges from .5 to 1.5kg* Duck Billed Platypus - ranges from .7 to 2.4kg
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:16 cm, (6.3 in )
Top SpeedTop Speed:13 kph, (8 mph)Top Speed:35 kph, (22 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):1Lifespan in Wild (years):6
DescriptionDescription:Elephant shrews live throughout Africa and are also called “jumping shrews” because they have long back legs and can hop like a rabbit. The nose of this small mammal resembles the elephant’s trunk.Description:The duck billed platypus lives in Tasmania and eastern Australia. It is among the rare sort of mammals that lay eggs. It has otter-like feet, a duck-like bill, and a beaver-like tail. They locate prey by electric fields. Males have poisonous spikes that are very painful to humans.
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Name:Shrew
Weight:1 kg, (2 lbs)
* Elephant Shrew - ranges from .5 to 1.5kg
Height:n/a
Top Speed:13 kph, (8 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):1
Description:Elephant shrews live throughout Africa and are also called “jumping shrews” because they have long back legs and can hop like a rabbit. The nose of this small mammal resembles the elephant’s trunk.
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Name:Platypus
Weight:2 kg, (4 lbs)
* Duck Billed Platypus - ranges from .7 to 2.4kg
Height:16 cm, (6.3 in )
Top Speed:35 kph, (22 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):6
Description:The duck billed platypus lives in Tasmania and eastern Australia. It is among the rare sort of mammals that lay eggs. It has otter-like feet, a duck-like bill, and a beaver-like tail. They locate prey by electric fields. Males have poisonous spikes that are very painful to humans.
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