Smallest ( animals ) dog: 12.4 cm (4.9 inches) the 600-gram, 12-centimeter-tall Ducky,
a short-haired Chihuahua from Charlton,
Massachusetts, entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the smallest living dog. At least the smallest dog that ever lived was 7.1 cm tall.
The smallest snake: 10.1 cm (4 inches)
Leptotyphlops carlae is the smallest snake in the world, in adulthood it reaches only 4 inches in length. Inhabits the Caribbean island of Barbados, a species that is as thin and small as spaghetti was discovered by Blair Hedge.
Smallest fish: 7.9 mm (0.3 inches)
In January 2006, the world’s smallest fish was discovered on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. It is a member of the carp family and is the smallest vertebrate on Earth. animals
Smallest horse: 43.8 cm (17 inches)
This smallest horse was born on the farm of Paul and Kay Goesling, who specially bred miniature-sized horses, although in the end the hyacinth horse turned out to be the smallest. It turned out to be a dwarf version of this already small breed. Finally 43 cm tall Thumbelina is the smallest horse in the world.
Smallest cat: 15.5 cm (5.1 inches)
Let’s get to know Mr. Pebles. He lives in Central Illinois and is 2 years old. It weighs about 1.3 kilograms and in 2004 it entered the Guinness Book of Records as the smallest cat in the world.
Smallest hamster: 2.5 cm (0.9 inches)
Only slightly larger than 50p, the PeeWee is the smallest hamster in the world. Its weight is less than 1 ounce. This hamster stopped growing when it was 2 weeks old, while its five siblings reached 4-5 inches.
Smallest chameleon: 1.2 cm (0.5 inches)
Brookesia Minima is the smallest chameleon in the world. Its length is half an inch
Inhabits Nozi Bis Island off the northwest coast of Magadascar. The female chameleon grows larger than the male.
The smallest lizard: 1.6 cm (0.6 inches) ( animals )
It is so small that it can enclose a centipede or occupy a quarter of its species. The scientific name Sphaerodactylus ariasae is only 1.6 cm long. It shares the name of the smallest lizard with the Sphaerodactylus parthenopion, discovered in 1965 in the British Virgin Islands.
Smallest cow: 81 cm (31 inches)
The world’s smallest cow is a rare breed of Indian zebu species. His name is Vechur cow. The average height of cows of this breed is from 81 to 91 cm. The photo also shows that a 16-year-old Vechuri is much larger than a 6-year-old cow.
Smallest sea urchin: 1.6 cm (0.6 inches),
This creature known as Hippocampus denise typically reaches 1.6 cm. It is smaller than a nail. Some grow to just 1.3 cm. H. denise lives in the tropical part of the Pacific Ocean. animals