Elusive rainforest monkeys from South America leap, freeze, and dart amidst trees like agile squirrels.
The pygmy rabbit is the world's smallest rabbit, with grey fur, white spots, and an endangered status due to habitat loss.
Madame Berthe Mouse Lemur: Small primate found in Western Madagascar, solitary, nocturnal, feeds on fruits, flowers, insects; endangered due to deforestation.
Speckled Padloper Tortoise: Smallest tortoise, native to South Africa, herbivorous, reclusive, lives among rocks, lifespan of 20-40 years.
Bumblebee Bat: Smallest, most threatened bat, reddish-brown/grey, lives in colonies, limestone caves, nocturnal, insectivorous, found in Thailand and Burma.
Slender Blind Snakes: Thread-like appearance, small size, lower jaw teeth, various colors, burrowers, eat invertebrates..
Northern Pygmy-Owl: Small but fierce hunter, grey/brown color, yellow eyes, found in North America, secretive, carnivorous, formidable prey..
Bee Hummingbird: Smallest living bird, powerful flier, found in Cuba, mistaken for bumblebees, vibrant pink-red colors, tiny size.