Pudus are the world's smallest deer species. Weighing only about 26 pounds and standing 15 inches at the shoulder as adults, Pudus live in South America's temperate rain forests. (Looks like a Martin x Deer!
Everybody can use a little doe now and then: She's a Southern pudu, the world's smallest deer species. She weighed 1 pound when she was born last month at Queens Zoo in New York. // Photo By Julie Larsen Maher/Associated Press