Is a Marmoset taller than a Raccoon?

A: No, a Raccoon is taller than a Marmoset
For a Marmoset the average height is 16 cm, (6.3 in ) and for a Raccoon it is 26 cm, (10.2 in )
NameName:MarmosetName:Raccoon
HeightHeight:16 cm, (6.3 in )Height:26 cm, (10.2 in )
* Pygmy Marmoset - ranges from 13 to 20cm* Guadeloupe Racoon - ranges from 23 to 30cm
WeightWeight:n/aWeight:6 kg, (13 lbs)
Top SpeedTop Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)Top Speed:24 kph, (15 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):11Lifespan in Wild (years):14
DescriptionDescription:Pygmy Marmosets are smallest monkeys and only live in South African jungles. They are greyish with green and yellow shades. They also have manes, and mark their territories with scent.Description:Raccoons are bear-like mammals that were once exclusively found in North America but now live in Japan and Europe as well. They have what appears to be a black mask surrounding their eyes. Their front paws are so dexterous that they can turn door knobs, untie knots, and open jars.
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Name:Marmoset
Height:16 cm, (6.3 in )
* Pygmy Marmoset - ranges from 13 to 20cm
Weight:n/a
Top Speed:40 kph, (25 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):11
Description:Pygmy Marmosets are smallest monkeys and only live in South African jungles. They are greyish with green and yellow shades. They also have manes, and mark their territories with scent.
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Name:Raccoon
Height:26 cm, (10.2 in )
* Guadeloupe Racoon - ranges from 23 to 30cm
Weight:6 kg, (13 lbs)
Top Speed:24 kph, (15 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):14
Description:Raccoons are bear-like mammals that were once exclusively found in North America but now live in Japan and Europe as well. They have what appears to be a black mask surrounding their eyes. Their front paws are so dexterous that they can turn door knobs, untie knots, and open jars.
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