It is around 9'9 feet but no one can jump that high in High Jump.
The current record for the highest jump of a grasshopper is 7 feet, which is good. At two meters. we could jump 14 meters, the height of a dinosaur (Carcharodontosaurus)
If you could jump 2 feet on Earth, you could jump 30 feet on Pluto.
Kangaroos can jump up to 6 feet, or 1.8 meters, in length. They can cover 25 feet, or 8 meters, in one leap.
a couple of feet 1.5 meters
frogs can jump 2 meters or more. The highest recorded frog jump was 7 meters!10 feet
No ... 2.2 meters is 7 feet, 2.6 inches.
The komodo dragon could jump as high as a chair and 5.2 feet high
velociraptor could jump about 12 feet in the air! The length of its jump was about 24 feet.
they could jump up to 1 and a half feet.
A serval could jump more than 9 feet (2.7 meters) in the air!
how high can a great white shark jump out of the water? they can jump out of the water 8 to 10 feet or 2.5 to 3 meters.
It is 2.45 meters - the high jump world record by Javier Sotomayer of of Cuba. This is 7 feet 11 1/2 inches.
A kangroo can jump up to 10 feet (3+ meters) in the air. Kangaroos can jump as far as 12 meters or 40 feet. It can sustain a speed of 40 kmh or 25 mph for nearly two km. In a short distance it can attain a speed of 70 kmh or 44 mph.
Andrey Silnov of Russia with a jump of 2.36 meters (7 feet, 9 inches).
Stefka Kostadinova of Bulgaria with a jump of 2.05 meters (6 feet, 8 3/4 inches).
An impala can jump more than 9 meters and 2.5 meters high.
Well, if humans could jump as high as a flea, they could jump over the empire state building. So given that frogs are about 1/10th the size of a human, if a frog could jump as high as a flea, they could probably jump 1/10th of the empire state building, or about 125 feet high.
Horses can jump as high as they are trained. Some horses can only jump 2 feet high, while other horses can jump 6 feet high.
Red kangaroos can cover 25 feet or about 8 meters in a horizontal jump. They can also jump about 6 feet or 1.8 meters vertically.
Stefka Kostadinova of Bulgaria set the women's world record for the high jump in 1987 at a height of 2.09 meters (6 feet, 10 1/4 inches). It is the longest standing world record in the history of the high jump.
Stefka Kostadinova of Bulgaria set the women's world record for the high jump in 1987 at a height of 2.09 meters (6 feet, 10 1/4 inches). It is the longest-standing world record in the history of the high jump.
The world record is 8 ft and 1/4 inches (8.03 feet) or (2.45 meters)
Javier Sotomayor in 1993. Jumped 2.45 meters, just over 8 feet.