Created to be Small Part 1

WORLDS SMALLEST TEDDY BEAR

A 3.5-mm tall Micro Ted and 5-mm tall Mini-the-Pooh Made by German sculptor Bettina Kaminski – she had to weave the thread, stitch the bears’ bodies, arms, and legs, turn them inside out, stuff them, and stitch them all together before embroidering the details.

WORLDS SMALLEST SCHOOL

An elementary school in China, has just one teacher and one student.

SMALLEST BABY

Ever to survive birth weighed only 244 grams (8.6 ounces) – less than a can of soda – when she was delivered by caesarean section after just 26 weeks of pregnancy.

THE SMALLEST WEBSITE

Quimp, It only consist of 18 by 18 pixels

SMALLEST  BOX

The Shakers produced oval boxes with uniformly slender sides, symmetrical joints, and neat, tight-fitting lids.

SMALLEST VIOLINS

Eric Meissner made not just one, but two of the world’s smallest violins (the smallest one is 1 5/8″ or 4.1 cm long).

WORLDS SMALLEST FISH

The stout infantfish grows to a little over a quarter inch (7mm) in length, making it the smallest known fish. The fish only lives about two months, and never grows out of the infant stage.
 

SMALLEST MP3 PLAYER

iPod Flea

THE SMALLEST FLOWER

The smallest flower in the world comes from the Wolffia plant; commonly called watermeal, this plant is native to many parts of the world and is differentiated into about 9-11 different species. The Wolffia flower comes from a plant that is approximately the size of a single colored sprinkle that you see on the top of donuts. It is a small, aquatic plant that resembles cornmeal and is found in clumps floating on top of water. It is a type of Duckweed in the Lemnaceae family of plants. The flower itself is nestled in a small depression on the surface of the plant and it is said that a bouquet of Wolffia flowers would fit on the head of a pin.

THE SMALLEST ANIMAL / INSECT

The smallest animal in the world, which is also the smallest insect in the world (so far) is the Megaphragma caribea otherwise known as a fairyfly. It is a parasitic wasp that lives on the island of Guadalope and feeds off the eggs of other insects. Specimens have been found between 0.10 mm to 0.17 mm in length. If your eyesight isn’t what it once used to be, you could have this little guy thread your sewing needle for you.

WORLDS SMALLEST BOOK

The latest version of the Guinness Book of World Records cites a tiny reproduction of the New Testament etched onto a five-millimeter-square tablet as the world’s smallest book. Written in gold leaf, each of the book’s 180,000 letters is the size of a red blood cell. Hear MIT professor and book creator Pawan Sinha.

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