Can a human outrun an elephant? No, humans can't outrun an elephant running at top speed. What is this? Athletic people who can do a 4-minute mile (1.6 km) can get to an estimated average speed of 10-15 mph (16-24 km/h), whereas the average running speed for the average adult male is at 8 mph (13 km/h).
African Bush Elephantlengthweighttop speed (running)22'7"8.8tons24.9mph
How Fast Are They? Despite their hefty weight and size, elephants are actually fairly speedy runners. African elephants, for example, are capable of running at speeds of up to 25 mph. Asian elephants, on the other hand, are a bit slower at around 15 mph at most.
The cheetah is the fastest land animal on Earth. No surprise there - everyone knows that the cheetah is perfectly morphologically adapted for high-speed running. Yet a wolf, though it does not have such adaptations like the cheetah, is nearly two times as fast as an African Elephant (60 vs. 34 km/h).
It is very difficult for elephants to run at top speed for long, due to their immense weight. Usually they only sprint for less than 50 meters and can only maintain a slow running pace for less than a mile. Wild African elephants are always on the move. Most of them will cover at least 25 kilometers every single day.
PEREGRINE FALCON1. PEREGRINE FALCON // 200+ MPH.
the sailfishPerhaps you know that the fastest animal in the sea, the sailfish, cruises through the water at 68 mph. In the sky, the peregrine falcon reigns supreme.
List of animals by speedRankAnimalMaximum speed1Peregrine falcon389 km/h (242 mph) 108 m/s (354 ft/s)2Golden eagle240–320 km/h (150–200 mph) 67–89 m/s (220–293 ft/s)3White-throated needletail swift169 km/h (105 mph)4Eurasian hobby160 km/h (100 mph)
49 – 65 km/hAdult, In Short BurstsTiger/Speed
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