Australia's fastest animal is the Kangaroo. The fastest recorded speed of a Kangaroo is 70 km/h which is 25 km/h FASTER than the fastest recorded speed of Australia's flightless bird the Emu.
I believe cheetahs are way faster. The fastest recorded speed of any dog is about 51 mph. Cheetahs have been recorded many times over 60 mph
because darkness is not matter so it cant be measured so light is faster
The highest wind speed ever recorded in a tornado was 302 mph. Other tornadoes, however, may have had faster winds that simply weren't measured. The fastest known forward speed of a tornado was 73 mph.
The world's faster car must be faster than the world's fastest roller coaster.
75.2 metres/sec = 75.2 x 3600 met/hr = 75.2 x 3.6 km/hr ie 270.72 km/hr
The fastest recorded so far is 6.13s but it is likely that cheetahs can run much faster than this in the wild.
The fastest recorded speed of a wind gust is 318 MPH, although it is possible that the wind is capable of blowing faster.
The fastest flying insect in the world is the Desert Locust. It is possible that other insects can fly faster, but they have not been accurately measured and confirmed. The Desert Locust has an average flying speed of 33km.
the enzo is the fastest
Helicopters created nowadays generally have 2 or 3 blades. The fastest recorded helicopter has 3 blades. as it revolves more pressure is put forth and therefore the helicopter travels faster