I do not have the actual height in feet/inches. In part because, as you mention, it doesn't take place on earth with an English measurement system. And...in part, because I just never thought to sit down and do so. Tamakepe are generally taller on average than a human (in US culture, at least, since height varies on our own world fairly significantly), measuring in around 6 ft as a standard for both genders. Timu are a little shorter on average than a US human, coming in at a little less than 5 and 1/2 ft.