Which is taller, a Wombat or a Weasel?

A: A Wombat is taller than a Weasel
The average height of a Wombat is 36 cm, (1 ft, 2.2 in ) and for a Weasel the average height is 5 cm, (2 in )
NameName:WombatName:Weasel
HeightHeight:36 cm, (1 ft, 2.2 in )Height:5 cm, (2 in )
* Long Tail Weasel - ranges from 4 to 6cm
WeightWeight:28 kg, (62 lbs)Weight:n/a
Top SpeedTop Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)Top Speed:25 kph, (16 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):15Lifespan in Wild (years):4
DescriptionDescription:Wombats are burrowing marsupials that live in Australia. They spend most of the day underground in their extensive network of underground tunnels and come up at night to feed. They also have pouches to keep their babies warm.Description:Long tailed weasels are found in most of Northern and Central America's temperate and tropical habitats. They are long and slender with long shaggy tails. They shed twice a year, and are white in winter and brown during summer. They are agile hunters that track the scent of prey.
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Name:Wombat
Height:36 cm, (1 ft, 2.2 in )
Weight:28 kg, (62 lbs)
Top Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):15
Description:Wombats are burrowing marsupials that live in Australia. They spend most of the day underground in their extensive network of underground tunnels and come up at night to feed. They also have pouches to keep their babies warm.
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Name:Weasel
Height:5 cm, (2 in )
* Long Tail Weasel - ranges from 4 to 6cm
Weight:n/a
Top Speed:25 kph, (16 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):4
Description:Long tailed weasels are found in most of Northern and Central America's temperate and tropical habitats. They are long and slender with long shaggy tails. They shed twice a year, and are white in winter and brown during summer. They are agile hunters that track the scent of prey.
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