To microscopic creatures, the Monte Iberia Eleuth is absolutely massive. We’re talking Kaiju size. However, to the human eye, this species of frog is miniscule.
Considered the smallest frog in the Northern Hemisphere and the third smallest frog in the whole world, this 10mm amphibian is easily missed. Fortunately, a team of scientists from Institute of Forest Research in Havana spotted a few in the hardwood forest of Monte Iberia while searching for the ivory-billed woodpecker in 1993.
Because of the extremely small size of this frog species, it has fewer teeth than related species. Nevertheless, it still hunts relatively big game for its size including moths and spiders. It also packs a mighty muscle-paralysing toxin to defend itself against predators.