These little guys are about the size of a domestic dog and are the smallest species of deer in the world.
There are two species of the pudu and they all reside in South America.
The southern pudu is native to Argentina and Chile, and the northern pudu to Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Colombia.
They only stand between 12 to 16 inches tall.
Pudus are vegetarian like most other grazing animals, living on a diet of leaves, grass, seeds, and fallen fruit.