What Is the Smallest Insect in the World?

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Fairyflies are most likely the smallest of all insects. They are tiny wasps that belong to the family of Mymaridae. Their tiny bodies are neatly packaged with inclusive digestive, respiratory, reproductive and circulatory systems. Fairyflies are in fact smaller than a single-celled paramecium.
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