QUEENS — The most adorable deer on earth had a baby at the Queens zoo, and it's so cute, it hurts.
On May 12, a tiny Southern Pudu was born at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Queen Zoo and now you can go see it any day of the week, according to a zoo spokeswoman.
Pudu are the world's tiniest species of deer, growing only up to 18 inches tall.
They bark when they sense danger, scamper in a zigzagged line when they try to escape predators and are stellar jumpers and sprinters despite their minute stature.
The baby fawn is still nursing and will soon begin transitioning to a diet of fresh leaves, grain, kale, carrots and hay.
There are currently two other Pudu who call the Queens Zoo home.