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|1||American woodcock 5 mph (8.0 km/h)||The American woodcock has been timed flying at 5 mph without stalling during courtship displays.|
|1||Giant Galapagos tortoise 1 mph (1.6 km/h)||The Galapagos tortoise can be as slow as 0.23 miles per hour on land. In the water, Galapagos tortoises can move much faster than this.|
|1||Seahorse 5 ft (150 cm)||The dwarf seahorse swims at about 0.01 mph, making it the slowest fish in the world. They are found in shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world. Unlike most other fish, they are monogamous and mate for life. Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on earth in which the male bears the unborn young.|
|1||Banana Slug 0.000023 m/s (7.5×10−5 ft/s)||The banana slug is said to be the slowest mollusk in the world, as its average speed is only approximately 0.000023 m/s.|
|1||Coral 0 m/s (0 ft/s)||The coral is one of the only animals that does not move.|
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