The smallest mammal in the world is bumblebee bat, native to Thailand. It reaches about 11mm in length and weighs about the same as a US penny by the time it is full grown!
The smallest mammal species in the world is the Kitti’s hog-nosed bat. It measures about 3 cm long and weighs only 2 grams. It’s found only in Myanmar and areas of Thailand. It eats various types of small insects and roosts in small groups of 4 to 5.
The smallest known living mammal is the bumblebee bat weighing in at 2 grams!
To give you an idea of how small a bumblebee bat really is, look at this little guy:
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