The world let out a collective awwww yesterday when New York's Queens Zoo announced the birth of a very tiny pudu fawn.
While this little guy lives in a zoo, those lucky enough to live in the wild make their homes in South American forests with dense vegetation. And at just 12 to 14 inches high at the shoulder when fully grown, pudus are the world's smallest deer species.
But why stop at one when you can have nine more? Without further ado, here are 10 pictures of baby pudus.
1. This newborn pudu who started it all.