1 Etruscan ScrewEtruscan shrew, also known as white-toothed pygmy shrew is the smallest terrestrial mammal with a body weight of 2 grams and 0.07 ounces in weight. Shrews live in all continents except Australia and Antarctica and their habitat includes forest, shrub and grassland. Shrew primarily feeds on insects, but it also consumes worms, fish, frogs, seed and nuts.
2 Slender Blind SnakesSlender Blind Snake(Leptotyphlops dulcis) is the smallest living snake that belongs to the family of Leptotyphlopidae. This species can reach 10 to 12 cm in length. Slender blind snakes can live in many different habitats from dry deserts and humid rainforests to rocky mountainsides. The diet of this pretty little creature consists primarily of termite and ant larvae.