A Mouse Deer has given birth to an itty-bitty baby at the Zurich Zoo. Less than 22 inches centimeters) long as adults, Mouse Deer are one of the smallest hoofed animal species. They are not really deer at all,.
Fans of all things miniature, unite: a tiny-ass deer—a baby Java mouse-deer to be precise—was born in Spain. There are only around 43 of the rare, hamster-sized creatures in Europe, and they are known to be "fiercely intelligent.
The Royal Antelope is the world’s smallest species of antelope, standing only inches high as adults, and this little fawn is only about half of that height! Born February 23 at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, the baby appears healthy and mom has proven attentive.