Why do the axial tilts of the planets in the solar system usually won’t go above 30 degrees(Uranus is mainly the very only exception)?

There are several types 1) Planets that nearly have no or very less axial tilts(between 0~5 degrees): Mercury, Venus(Venus just rotates in the reverse direction), Jupiter 2) Planets whose axial tiles are located in the range between 20~30 degrees : Earth, Mars, Saturn, Neptune 3) Planets which are nearly... show more There are several types
1) Planets that nearly have no or very less axial tilts(between 0~5 degrees): Mercury, Venus(Venus just rotates in the reverse direction), Jupiter

2) Planets whose axial tiles are located in the range between 20~30 degrees :
Earth, Mars, Saturn, Neptune

3) Planets which are nearly titled on its side: Uranus

Except for the odd Uranus, there are basically only 2 different types

0~5 degrees for the axial tilts and 20~30 degrees for the axial tilts

There seems to be no other different kinds of degrees for the axial tiltis

But why?
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