Is an Armadillo heavier than an Impala?

A: No, an Armadillo is not heavier than an Impala
The average weight of an Armadillo is 15 kg, (33 lbs) versus 40 kg, (88 lbs) for an Impala
NameName:ArmadilloName:Impala
WeightWeight:15 kg, (33 lbs)Weight:40 kg, (88 lbs)
* ranges from 4 to 30kg* ranges from 30 to 50kg
HeightHeight:n/aHeight:85 cm, (2 ft, 9.5 in )
Top SpeedTop Speed:48 kph, (30 mph)Top Speed:80 kph, (50 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):8Lifespan in Wild (years):17
DescriptionDescription:Armadillos are from North and South America, and have very hard shells, which they can roll up into, in the shape of a ball. They eat insects and have strong claws which they use to dig for food and shelter.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:Armadillo
Weight:15 kg, (33 lbs)
* ranges from 4 to 30kg
Height:n/a
Top Speed:48 kph, (30 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):8
Description:Armadillos are from North and South America, and have very hard shells, which they can roll up into, in the shape of a ball. They eat insects and have strong claws which they use to dig for food and shelter.
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Name:Impala
Weight:40 kg, (88 lbs)
* ranges from 30 to 50kg
Height:85 cm, (2 ft, 9.5 in )
Top Speed:80 kph, (50 mph)
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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