Only six inches high, six inches long and weighing less than a pound at birth, this tiny deer will brighten your hump day. The southern pudu fawn, the world’s smallest deer species, was born a month ago at the Queens Zoo in New York. His white spots will fade as he grows up although growing up won’t be much of a vertical process. Take a look at a five day old pudu fawn born at the Detroit Zoo a few years ago.

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