What is the smallest mammal on earth?

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The Bumblebee Bat is the world's smallest mammal and weighs about two grams.
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A bumblebee bat, which is a bit smaller than a bumblebee and lighter than a penny.
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The smallest mammal is a bat called the 'bumblebee bat' or sometimes called the 'Kitti'shog-nosed bat' These bats are found in Thailand.
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Many of the solar system's asteroids - including all of the largest known asteroids - can be found orbiting the sun in the asteroid belt, which lies between Mars and Jupiter. The
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Sea otters are the smallest marine mammal by mass (weight). Females weigh less than males, and may weigh in the range of 35-60 pounds, while males may weigh up to about 90 pounds.
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The Etruscan shrew weighs 2 grams or less. However, like all shrews, it has an extremely rapid metabolism and eats twice its weight every single day. Although it is the lightest mammal in terms of average weight, the Etruscan shrew is 2 inches long. According to Sci Tech Daily, the Kitti's hog-nosed bat, or the bumblebee bat, is only 1 inch long, making it about the same length as the bumblebee it is named for; the average weight of a Kitti's hog-nosed bat is also about 2 grams.

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