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Smallest animals in the world

3.8
(17 votes)
8 questions
English
AI Generated
Test your knowledge about the tiniest creatures on Earth, from insects to mammals, and learn fascinating facts about their sizes and habitats.
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48 random squares
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What is the world's smallest mammal?

Kitti's hog-nosed bat

Bumblebee bat

Etruscan shrew

Pygmy marmoset

Hard  27% got this right

The bat weighs only 2 grams and has a wingspan of 15 cm.
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How long is the world's smallest reptile, the Brookesia nana chameleon?

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1.1
4

48% got this right

The male Brookesia nana measures just 1.1 cm in length.
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What is the world's smallest bird?

Bee hummingbird

Elf owl

Goldcrest

Weebill

58% got this right

The bee hummingbird measures only 5-6 cm in length and weighs 1.95 grams.
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Which of these animals are among the smallest fish in the world?

Paedocypris progenetica

Schindleria brevipinguis

Angelfish

Guppy

Hard  25% got this right

Paedocypris progenetica measures 7.9 mm, and Schindleria brevipinguis measures 8 mm.
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What is the world's smallest insect?

Fairyfly

Aphid

Fruit fly

Thrips

Hard  31% got this right

Fairyflies are tiny parasitic wasps, with some species measuring only 0.14 mm.
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How small is the world's smallest spider, the Patu digua?

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0.37
3.5
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50% got this right

The Patu digua measures only 0.37 mm in body length.
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What is the world's smallest frog?

Paedophryne amauensis

Bornean tree-hole frog

Golden poison dart frog

Microhyla nepenthicola

Hard  27% got this right

Paedophryne amauensis measures only 7.7 mm in length.
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Order these animals from smallest to largest: Bee hummingbird, Kitti's hog-nosed bat, Paedophryne amauensis, Patu digua

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Patu digua

2.

Paedophryne amauensis

3.

Bee hummingbird

4.

Kitti's hog-nosed bat

Easy  85% got this right

From smallest to largest: Patu digua (spider), Paedophryne amauensis (frog), Bee hummingbird, Kitti's hog-nosed bat