Tiny animals are the cutest creatures! There are an amazing project ‘Tiny animals on fingers’ that shows the tiniest animals on human hands. At first, I genuinely thought these were made out of clay. They just look unreal! Big animals are great and all, but nothing can compete with the cuteness of tiny animals. They are too cute to be real.
You think of animals as wild creatures but these little animals look like art. ‘Tiny animals on fingers’ celebrates the beauty of these little creatures on the subreddit. Most of these animals are so vibrant in their colors, it also gives you summery vibes.
‘Help Wildlife,’ a British website committed to working for the welfare of wildlife creatures, was interviewed to discuss how the wildlife can be protected and cared for in a batter manner. “To avoid disturbing small animals when in nature, it’s best to stick to established pathways where possible. If you see a nest or other animal habitat then only observe from a distance, never try to touch or interfere. If you have a dog friend walking with you, make sure they’re kept under control and they’re not allowed to disturb or harm wildlife,” Sarah from ‘Health Wildlife’ mentioned.
1. Mini Chameleon
2. That green is so beautiful!
3. No, this is not a toy. It is a real northern blossom bat.
“This Is A Flying Fox Species. A Northern Blossom Bat. Pixie Is A Subadult And 8g”
Sarah from ‘Help Wildlife’ talked about the huge impact of traffic on wildlife during an interview. “As well as the obvious accidents, roads also divide and reduce their natural territories,” she added.
She also gave hope about how there are also communities that care for the wildlife. “Some forward-thinking countries create wildlife crossings when building new roads these days which can be helpful. Otherwise, the best way to prevent the loss of life is to drive carefully, especially in areas with lots of wildlife or where there is undergrowth at the side of the road which animals may dart out from. If an animal comes into contact with your car then always stop and check on them and try to find them help,” Sarah mentioned.
4. A Miniature hummingbird!
5. Dragons still exist!
6. We found Patrick!
Are you enjoying this content? The ‘Tiny animals on fingers’ project started on September 12, 2013. It has been 8 years and they will celebrate their birthday soon too.
There is research under Psychology on why certain things appeal to us more. Dr. Sandra Pimentel is a psychologist at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York states how it is linked with evolutionary biology. “If we think about evolution, our goal as a species is to survive and pass on our genes,” she stated.
7. Western Pygmy Possum! Look at how he is peaking from behind the fingers. His little fingers are so little compared to the human hand!
8. This turtle looks like a little dinosaur or dragon!
9. This caterpillar was posing for the camera!
“By finding things cute we’re more likely to want to take care of them and protect them. They’re more likely to get the attention of the adults around them, remind them, ‘Hey, take care of me. We’re helpless here,’” Pimentel added.
Whenever we see cute things, a neurotransmitter called dopamine is released. The release of the neurotransmitter makes me feel happy. We find tiny creatures adorable and they make us feel happy.
10. The lizard likes hanging from the human’s finger.
11. Can you find the lizard?
12. Prettiest bee I have ever seen!
Physical characteristics majorly add to why we find some animals cute. Physical characteristics that we find cute in animals are different from what we find cute in animals. We find little animals with delicate bodies adorable. And while we do find them cute, it is not completely safe to mingle with the wildlife.
13. It’s so tiny, I would be scared to even touch in the feat that it will get squished.
14. Kraken’s are not always terrifying. They started with being a little beauty in childhood!
15. A sleepy baby opossum!
While feeding wild animals, we should be careful that the animals do not develop a dependency on us. “Make sure it’s something healthy, don’t feed so much that they become dependent on people, always keeping in mind you won’t be the only ones feeding them, and don’t let them associate people with food. It’s best for their survival that they remain independent and don’t start approaching people for food,” ‘Help Wildlife’ clarified in their interview.
16. Good morning to this beautiful creature!
17. It slithers on your skin like silk!
18. Starfish magic!
19. Mossy frog looks like plants growing on it!
20. I did not even know a frog could be this tiny.
21. Did you know there’s a frog called Leaf frog that exists?
“Critically endangered baby Lemur Leaf Frog. Being a wildlife conservationist is tough, But this little face is why I do what I do”
22. Is that snake smiling?
23. Adult male calliope hummingbird with a big tummy
24. Sea slugs come in all different colors!
25. This little one is too cute to have a scary name like “crab”
26. Green tree python, resting peacefully on a human thumb.
27. Slimy little fellow!
28. I am scared this tiny hamster is being squished too hard!
29. The mouse is hugging the finger-like his life depends on it!
30. Feathertail gliders exploring the land called “hand”.
31. Match made in heaven!
“Spotted turtle and spotted frog, clemmys Guttata and Ranitomeya Vanzolini”
32. Make way for Floyd!
33. That’s the most bizarre pattern on a snake I have ever seen!
“Baby ashy gecko found in the Florida keys”
34. Hand makes the best sleeping space for a baby-horned lizard!
35. Tiny frogs have my whole heart!
36. A furry fellow out on a walk.
“How about a non-furry little guy? This dude out with me for a while in Hawaii”
37. Tiny frog with big eyes!
38. First sight of the world!
39. Sugar Glider!
40. Baby bat!
“Found two baby bats rolling on my deck this morning, I had never seen a baby bat before, thought maybe others had not either”
41. Get ready for the battle!
“Teeny Baby Swordfish” Via Juan C. Levesque
42. Ruby-throated hummingbird!
43. It looks like a tiny robot!
44. In awe of the blue tail!
“Baby blue-tailed skin U found under my toolbox”
45. Did he just bathed the catfish?
46. This is the first time I am seeing a baby grasshopper!
47. “Fuzzy little moth”
48. Smile for the camera!
49. I did not even know Shrew existed until now!
“Tiny baby shrew I found today”
50. Why is this guy holding lizards in his hand? I just want to know.
“Please enjoy these 3 babies”
Wow. I never knew most of these animals even existed. How does their body even work? I mean, how does their body even function when it is that little? How tiny is their brain or stomach? There are too many questions. It is remarkable how tiny creatures can scare huge humans.
Which creature did you find most fascinating?