Is a Giraffe taller than a Turtle?

A: Yes, a Giraffe is taller than a Turtle
For a Giraffe the average height is 500 cm, (16 ft, 4.9 in ) and for a Turtle it is 17 cm, (6.7 in )
NameName:GiraffeName:Turtle
HeightHeight:500 cm, (16 ft, 4.9 in )Height:17 cm, (6.7 in )
* ranges from 400 to 600cm* Snapping Turtle - ranges from 12 to 20cm
WeightWeight:1400 kg, (3086 lbs)Weight:11 kg, (24 lbs)
Top SpeedTop Speed:48 kph, (30 mph)Top Speed:4 kph, (2 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):22Lifespan in Wild (years):27
DescriptionDescription:A giraffe is known for having a very long neck, which is useful for reaching the leaves of trees to eat. They are a light brown, tan, or yellow in color, and have large dark spots. Their legs are very thin, and give the giraffe a somewhat awkward appearance.Description:Snapping turtles are freshwater reptiles in North America. They are tan, dark brown, and black, with necks and tails that are yellowish. They become violent when taken out of water but calm down when placed back in it.
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Name:Giraffe
Height:500 cm, (16 ft, 4.9 in )
* ranges from 400 to 600cm
Weight:1400 kg, (3086 lbs)
Top Speed:48 kph, (30 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):22
Description:A giraffe is known for having a very long neck, which is useful for reaching the leaves of trees to eat. They are a light brown, tan, or yellow in color, and have large dark spots. Their legs are very thin, and give the giraffe a somewhat awkward appearance.
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Name:Turtle
Height:17 cm, (6.7 in )
* Snapping Turtle - ranges from 12 to 20cm
Weight:11 kg, (24 lbs)
Top Speed:4 kph, (2 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):27
Description:Snapping turtles are freshwater reptiles in North America. They are tan, dark brown, and black, with necks and tails that are yellowish. They become violent when taken out of water but calm down when placed back in it.
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