Good Things in Small Packages: Animals

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In honor of our own little guys, the Fishe Eye Baby 110 Cameras, we bring you a collection of small but wonderful animals. So, what are the cutest tiniest animals out there? We have a pretty good list, take a look at 12 of the smallest animals and breeds out there!

The smallest Monkey in the world, the Pygmy Marmoset, also known as Dwarf Monkey lives in the rain-forest under stories of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. It’s body length measures between 14 and 16 centimeters and it weighs between 120 and 140 grams.

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Thumbelina, the world’s smallest horse! Native of Missouri, Thumbelina is only 17.5 inches (44.5 cm) tall and weighs a mere 57 pounds. The average miniature horse weighs 175- 225 pounds, the average horse weighs can weigh 1000 pounds, making Thumbelina a mini mini.

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The world’s smallest fish swims in the swamps of Indonesia. All 7.9mm of it, yes, that is millimeters, belongs to the carp family.

Photo from funologie

Native of Cuba, the Bee Humming Bird or Zunzuncito is the smallest living bird. Weighing a mere 1.6 – 1.9 grams, and only measuring 5-6 cm long, this humming bird is covered with brilliantly colored iridescent feathers.

Photo via Hummers and Airplanes

Not yet confirmed, but Beyonce might be the world’s smallest dog. The smallest of a litter of five, Beyonce is smaller than your iphone, and for more cute and snugly!

Photo via El Dorado DOG Photography, Lisa Van Dyke

Mr. Peebles is the world’s smallest cat, and boy is he cute. The tiny feline weighs in at 3.3lbs that’s a little less that 1.5 kilos! Due to a genetic defect, Mr. Peebles will never grow to full size.

Photos via

Recently discovered, the worlds smallest frog is so small that it can sit on a dime and have room to spare. The fly-sized frog is only 7mm long and is considered the smallest vertebrae.

Photos via SMSEO

Discovered just on an islet just off the coast of Madagascar, the Brookesia Micra is one of the smallest reptiles out there, small enough to balance on the tip of a match!

Photos via Badische Zeitung and the Washington Post

It’s time to meet the Columbia Basin Pygmy Rabbits, native to a single area of Washington state, these cuties weigh less than a pound in adulthood. Unfortunately, these little guys are extinct in the wild, although have been successfully bred in captivity.

Photos via Zoo Borns

Pets to the stars, bacon to others (not really), Pot Bellied Pigs are the smallest pig breed out there. Not only are they adorable, they are easily house trained.

Photos from Lolosad pictures and The Mux Stops Here

Dexter, the world’s smallest cow hails from Yorkshire, England. At only 33.5 inches, Dexter is just that much closer to all the tasty grass.

Photo from the LA Times blog

Mary had a little lamb, but we found the smallest breed of sheep. The Miniature Harlequin Sheep produce great wool, have an easy going temperament and make for great lawn mowers.

Photo from Harlequin Sheep

Know of any others? Let us know in the comments, we always love an aaawww cute moment! And if you are looking for an awwwwesome camera, check out our Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras, small enough to fit in the palm of your hand!

The Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras are fully working miniature versions of the Fisheye No. 2 designed especially to fit 110 film. They capture the world in full circle and enable you to produce perfect Fisheye pictures. The Fisheye Baby 110s come with a bulb mode and are able to capture multiple exposures too. Load them with Lomography Orca B&W 100 and dive into the long forgotten world of 110 photography! Head to the 110 Camera Microsite for more information.

written by gabysalas on 2012-06-14 #lifestyle #baby-110-selected #good-things-in-small-packages #110-fisheye-baby


  1. paulamonteiroh
    paulamonteiroh ·

    I loooove this articles. theses thingies are way too cute

  2. paolez
    paolez ·

    I love the pictures also! Such lovely animals..... <3

  3. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    Aaaaawwww, cute! ;) I'm small...

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