Saturday’s Cuteness: A Baby Deer…

Viral Spell’s Saturday’s Cuteness gives you the tiniest baby deer you have probably seen. After all, anything smaller than that should be classified as a different species…

Then we will give you the precious moment a baby Java mouse deer takes its very first steps into the world.

As its name indicates, that deer has the size (and even looks) of a mouse…

1. A baby deer…

Saturday's Cuteness: A Baby Deer...

And this is a baby Java mouse deer takes its very first steps into the world.

The deer, which, as its name indicates, has the size (and even looks) of a mouse, was born just weeks before the pictures were taken at a Dutch zoo.

At present, the newborn is about the size of a hamster. The size of an adult Java deer is that of a rabbit, which makes it one of the smallest hoofed mammals in the world.

After getting to its feet, the baby Java mouse follows its mother’s lead through their enclosure.

Born The Size Of A Hamster, This Baby Java Deer Will Never Get Bigger Than A Rabbit.

Its legs shaking, this is the moment a baby Java mouse deer takes its first very tentative steps.

Born The Size Of A Hamster, This Baby Java Deer Will Never Get Bigger Than A Rabbit.

The mini deer’s maximum weight in adulthood is only about 5 lbs and its legs have the circumference of a pencil.

Born The Size Of A Hamster, This Baby Java Deer Will Never Get Bigger Than A Rabbit.

The shy baby huddles up beneath a fallen tree branch after taking a rare break away from its mother’s side.

Born The Size Of A Hamster, This Baby Java Deer Will Never Get Bigger Than A Rabbit.

Java Mouse Deer (Tragulus javanicus) at Zoo Zurich feeding young (7 days old).

The mini deer’s maximum weight in adulthood is only about 5 lbs and its legs have the circumference of a pencil.

Like most newborn animals, this baby Java deer keeps as close to its mother as possible and these images show just how fragile its legs are.

The very shy mother and baby were caught on camera on the grounds of the Natura Artis Magistra Zoo in the Netherlands.

Java deer are reportedly very intelligent and their natural habitat is in Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra.

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