The smallest bird in the world is most likely the bee hummingbird. It is found in Cuba and Isla la Juventud. It weighs about 1.8 grams and is around 5 cm long. Both the male and female are vibrantly colored. Some insects are larger than the birds, hence its name indicating it is scarcely larger than a bee. Often the bird is so swift and so small it only appears as a blur to the human eye. The bee hummingbird feeds on nectar mainly and sometimes insects or spiders. Fortunately, the bee hummingbird’s conservation status is “Near Threatened,” which means it is sort of safe, but does face problems because its habitat is threatened.
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