Who is the world's smallest baby?
The worlds smallest baby that has been born in the united states is a little girl named Kayla Trumbauer that weighed only 4.9...4 pounds 9 ounces 18 inches...she was born in Pennsylvania...but now she is 18 years old...she was born in the year of 1992 (march 4th, 1992)
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One of the smallest is the Musk Turtle, but the Bog turtle can fit in the palm or your hand, being only four inches long.
The Roe River in Great Falls, Montana is only 201 ft. long. The D River is 440 ft. long. The Roe River is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's shortest river. The Roe flows 200 feet between Giant Springs and the Missouri River near Great Falls. The Roe River competes w…ith the D River in Lincoln City, Oregon for the title of the shortest river. Both rivers have been measured on different occasions, with lengths varying from 58 feet to 200 feet. Schoolchildren in Great Falls campaigned successfully to have the Roe River placed in the Guinness Book of World Records . The source of the Roe River, Giant Springs, is the largest freshwater spring in the United States. the smallest river in the world is the River Roe (MORE)
Vatican City (Holy See) is the smallest country in the world at 0.2square miles in size.
Vatican City is smallest state in the world. It is just under 109 acres (44 hectares) in size.
it is the B ee Hummingbird known as Mellisuga helenae it is endangered species and is found in CUBA!
By definition, a pixel is the smallest unit of graphics on a computer. A pixel is a universal size and has no variation. Therefore all pixels are the same size. Now for the REAL ... I have seen 2880dpi printers. We'll call each of the dots they lay down a pixel. Those pixels are 0.00034" in diam…eter. ACTUALLY the dpi of a printer does not refer to screen pixels but to line screen - each screen pixel requires several "lines" to be able to create all the necessary colors and shades from a printer - a 2400 dpi printer uses 8 lines, or dots, to create all its colors so its resolution is only 300 ppi or pixels per inch - the 2880 dpi printer mentioned above uses a 8 line screen also so its resolution is 360 pixels per inch which as far as i know is the highest res you are likely to find. also printers don't print exactly to the stated size - print a line 300 pixels long on a 300 ppi printer and its not likely to be exactly one inch - and the horizontal and vertical dimensions are rarely the same either so dots/pixels from a printer are not usually perfect squares It's me again... DPI and line screen are two TOTALLY different animals. I'm going to take a real-world example from my own past: the Scitex Dolev4Press laser plotter. (In the world outside Scitex this is called an image setter.) This machine exposes film to make printing plates from, and it has five resolutions: 80 dots/mm (2032dpi), 100 dots/mm (2540dpi), 120 dots/mm (3048dpi), 140 dots/mm (3556dpi) and 160 dots/mm (4064dpi). Out of the box there were several line screens: 66 lines per inch (lpi), 85lpi, 100lpi, 133lpi, 150lpi, 175lpi, 200lpi and so on. In reality, you could open the "screening" dialog on your RIP and plug in any line screen, dot angle and dot shape you wanted. Most Scitex operators do. DPI translates to line screen through the concept of the Super cell--a group of dots. We'll make the math easy and say we're running a 100-line screen at the 100 dots/mm setting. Each super cell is a 25x25 grid of dots--the actual line screen is a hair over 100lpi, to absorb the extra 40 dots per inch. As the machine prints, it will print some of the dots in the cell and not print others--the more that get printed, the darker the dot looks. It's possible to print without "line screen." My Mutoh and Vutek printers do that. It's called "stochastic screening." Describing that would require a book, of which many have been written, but it produces print without super cells. This makes sense because dot screens are needed on printing presses but you don't need them on ink jet printers. Now let's talk vertical and horizontal resolution. The most popular head on the market is made by Seiko Epson--it's in Epson's printers, plus Mutoh and Mimaki eco-solvent wide-format printers. It consists of a plate with holes laser-etched in it every 1/720" and a metal piece that changes shape when electricity hits it. That's your vertical resolution, and unless you've got an extremely precise media drive system in your printer that won't change. Horizontal resolution is governed by the motor that pulls the head back and forth across the page, and that CAN change--when they talk about 2880dpi printers, they're referring to a 2880x720 printer. (MORE)
A New Guinea frog called Paedophryne amauensis that comes up to be .27 inches (approximately 0.6858 cm) . \n . \n A small frog was discovered in Papua New Guinea in 2012. At 0.27 inches long, Paedophryne amauensis is the smallest frog ever discovered. . A New Guinea frog that is .27 in…ches long, or .65 cm. (MORE)
2.57 millimeters long. Done by none other than The Great XylerSmith from The Dirty Dub, Massachusetts
The acai (ah-sigh-ee) berry and the blue berry are the smallest edible berries in the world, the acai is generally smaller, but the blue berry is edible earlier on.
According the the Guinness Book of Records, a long haired Chihuahua named BooBoo, at just 4 inches tall and weighing only 24 ounces, is the world's smallest dog.
To tell you the truth I don't know how big the world's smallest chicken is but the smallest breed of chicken are the Serama Bantams.
The world's smallest desert, covering less than 240 hectares, is the Carcross Desert. It is located in the Yukon of far northern Canada, and was formed from the sandy base of a glacial lake remaining from the last ice age.
The world's smallest international bridge is in the Thousand Islands, an archepelago in the St. Lawrence River between Canada and the United States. The bridge, a foot bridge about 30 feet long (10 meters) is between a small island on the Canadian side, which contains a house, and a smaller island o…n the U.S. side which serves as the home's back yard. (MORE)
The smallest camera is a miniature copy of a Kodak folding camera made to dollhouse scale (1"= 1') for the Queen's dollhouse. It is supposed to be fully functional, but I doubt anyone has ever tried running film through it. The smallest marketed camera was probably the Japanese Petal camera from abo…ut 1948. The smallest movie camera was the cigarette pack-sized Bolsey 8 from about 1956. (MORE)
Pitcairn Islands has only 50 people living there. Making it the smallest country by population.
5: Poco Construction (usually known as Small Building to USA and England, or Jesus Hercules Romani to the Italians): 3.4m or 11.64 feet 4: Dakar Monument: 2.01m or 6.7 feet 3: IHQIPC (Icelandic Head Quarters for International Physics and Chemistry): 1.68m or 5.6 feet 2: JCRP (Japanese Communist Rese…mbelence Party): 1.66m or 5.57 feet 1: NOMHC (New Orleans Memorial to Hurricane Catrina): 1.58m or 5.13 feet (MORE)
Noendism: only two adherents in the world. The Zoroastrians there are only between 145,000 and 210,000 in theworld!
Ernest Hemingway was once challenged by his editor to make a story only 6 words long. For Sale. Baby shoes. Never used.
If you're refering to a riddle the answer is a person with good ice sight .
Nauru, 21 sq km, on gaining independence in 1968. Previous to that it was San marino, 61 sq km.
Vatican city is considered an independent country. It is 0.44 square kilometres in size making it the smallest in area, and with only 800 permanent residents it is the smallest by population as well. (notably it is the only country that has a population that is 100% imigrants)
The smallest living organism is Nanoarchaeum equitans. This minuscule microbe was only recently discovered in a hydrothermal vent off the coast of Iceland and its cells are only 400 nanometres across.
This is from largest to smallest... . 1 Russia 2 Canada 3 United States of America 4 China 5 Brazil 6 Australia 7 India 8 Argentina 9 Kazakhstan 10 Sudan 11 Algeria 12 Philippines . 12 Congo (Dem. Rep. of ) … 13 Mexico 14 Saudi Arabia 15 Indonesia 16 Libya 17 Iran 18 Mongolia 19 Peru 20 Chad 21 Niger 22 Angola 23 Mali 24 South Africa 25 Colombia 26 Ethopia 27 Bolivia 28 Mauritania 29 Egypt 30 Tanzania 31 Nigeria 32 Venezuela 33 Namibia 34 Pakistan 35 Mozambique 36 Turkey 37 Chile 38 Zambia 39 Myanmar 40 Afghanistan 41 Somalia 42 Central African Republic 43 Ukraine 44 Botswana 45 Madagascar 46 Kenya 47 France 48 Yemen 49 Thailand 50 Spain 51 Turkmenistan 52 Cameroon 53 Papua New Guinea 54 Sweden 55 Uzbekistan 56 Morocco 57 Iraq 58 Paraguay 59 Zimbabwe 60 Japan 61 Germany 62 Congo (Rep.) 63 Finland 64 Malaysia 65 Vietnam 66 Norway 67 Cote d'Ivoire 68 Poland 69 Italy 70 Philippines 71 Ecuador 72 Burkina Faso 73 New Zealand 74 Gabon 75 Guinea 76 United Kingdom (UK) 77 Ghana 78 Romania 79 Laos 80 Uganda 81 Guyana 82 Oman 83 Belarus 84 Kyrgyzstan 85 Senegal 86 Syria 87 Cambodia 88 Uruguay 89 Tunisia 90 Suriname 91 Bangladesh 92 Tajikstan 93 Nepal 94 Greece 95 Nicaragua 96 Eritrea 97 Korea (North) 98 Malawi 99 Benin 100 Honduras 101 Liberia 102 Bulgaria 103 Cuba 104 Guatemala 105 Iceland 106 Serbia & Montenegro 107 Korea (South) 108 Hungary 109 Portugal 110 Jordan 111 Azerbaijan 112 Austria 113 United Arab Emirates 114 Czech Republic 115 Panama 116 Sierra Leone 117 Ireland 118 Georgia 119 Sri Lanka 120 Lithuania 121 Latvia 122 Togo 123 Croatia 124 Bosnia & Herzegovina 125 Costa Rica 126 Slovakia 127 Dominican Republic 128 Bhutan 129 Estonia 130 Denmark 131 Netherlands 132 Switzerland 133 Guinea-Bissau 134 Moldova 135 Belgium 136 Lesotho 137 Armenia 138 Albania 139 Solomon Islands 140 Equatorial Guinea 141 Burundi 142 Haiti 143 Rwanda 144 Macedonia 145 Djibouti 146 Belize 147 El Salvador 148 Israel 149 Slovenia 150 Fiji 151 Kuwait 152 Swaziland 153 East Timor 154 Bahamas 155 Vanuatu 156 Qatar 157 Gambia 158 Jamaica 159 Lebanon 160 Cyprus 161 Brunei 162 Trinidad & Tobago 163 Cape Verde 164 Samoa 165 Luxembourg 166 Comoros 167 Mauritius 168 Sao Tome & Principe 169 Kiribati 170 Dominica 171 Tonga 172 Micronesia 173 Singapore 174 Bahrain 175 Saint Lucia 176 Andorra 177 Palau 178 Seychelles 179 Antigua & Barbuda 180 Barbados 181 St. Vincent & the Grenadines 182 Grenada 183 Malta 184 Maldives 185 Saint Kitts & Nevis 186 Marshall Islands 187 Liechtenstein 188 San Marino 189 Tuvalu 190 Nauru 191 Monaco 192 Vatican City (MORE)
The smallest dog in the world is the micro chihuahua. Only 4 inches long when fully grown, also 4 inches tall.
I can't quote the exact dimensions. But I know of a device inroutine use for internal observation of the human digestive system. It encloses a lightsource, a video camera, a battery, and a radio transmitter, in a capsule that's easilyswallowed by the patient, and then transmits views of the inside o…f the stomach andintestines out to monitors in the examining room. Now THAT's small ! (MORE)
The smallest human on record would be princess Pauline Musters. When she was born, she was 12 inches in height and by her death at age 19 she was 23 inches. When she was at the age of her death, she was about 8 pounds.
Australia is the smallest continent in the world. Australia is the only considered continent to also be a country.
Her name is Thumbelina. She is a Fallabella. You can look her up on google.
It depends exactly what you mean by nation.. If you include dependent territories, Pitcairn Islands have a population of precisely 54 .. The Vatican has a population of precisely 826 according to the 2009 census.. Tuvalu has a population of precisely 12,373.. Nauru has a population of precisely …13,770. (MORE)
There are many insects that are unknown, and many that are microscopic, invisivble to the human eye. It is impossible to know the answer to your questiong. However, the slowest animal known is the 3 toed sloth
the sea of marmara is believed by most geographers to be the world's smallest sea, however, some small spots in the coastal region of Japan are also believed to be near equal to the size of Marmara.
According to the Kennel Club, the Chihuahua is the smallest breed, with Affenpinschers coming second.
Researchers have built an inchworm-like robot so small you need a microscope just to see it. In fact about 200 hundred of them could line up and do the conga across a plain M&M. The tiny bot measures about 60 micrometers wide (about the width of a human hair) by 250 micrometers long, making it the s…mallest untethered, controllable microrobot ever. (MORE)
The worlds smallest roller coaster which can actually be under thecategory of one is teeny weeny in TusenFryd in Norway.
The worlds smallest bridge in the world is located in Bermuda. TheSomerset Bridge connects Somerset Island, to the city of Sandy thatis located on the mainland.
well if u mean the smallest cat on record is a Himalayan named Tinker Toy. Its owner Taylor ville comes from Illinois in United States. It is a Himalayan Cat. Height and length: 7 cm and 19m
the worlds smalllest clony is grounded birds. Tiny, blue and peculiar, little blue penguins are a rarer species of the flightless birds that inhabit the coastlines of both New Zealand and Australia. Standing at a height of 25cm and only weighing 1kg, little blue penguins are the smallest of the 17 …species of penguin. They also have the peculiar habit of being nocturnal which makes them harder to view, but fortunately The Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony in New Zealand negates this issue. Little Blue Penguin Colony offers travellers to New Zealand the perfect spot in which to observe the penguins going about their daily routines without disturbing them. (MORE)
The Wolffia is even smaller. It's the size of a grain of salt, andis edible.
it weighed in at 28 lbs and had a height of 2 feet and 3 inches
The world's smallest desert is Carcross Desert in the Yukon. It isbarely a square mile in size.
The worlds smallest baby was 1lb 4oz there were twins who survived life and death but lived
It depends on the definition of the term "country". The smallest sovereign body in the world is debated. Some people argue that the Sovereign Military Order of Malta is the smallest. It has zero land area other than existing in two buildings. However not all nations view it as a sovereign country. T…he answer most widely accepted is Vatican City. It occupies 4,859 sq/mi and has approx 830 inhabitants. (MORE)
The size of kangaroos at birth does not vary much. However, the smallest kangaroo at birth would be the musky rat-kangaroo, which grows to be an adult of just 23 centimetres in length.
It depends on what kind of bacteria it is and the size of the ectoplasm and the cell membrane.
A spider less than .02 inches in body length is found in Western Samoa. It is called Patu marplesi .
Vatican City. It is recognized as an independent nation, and is the smallest in size.
The Carcross Desert of the Yukon is sometimes listed as the smallest desert in the world at only one square mile. However, it is not a true desert.
The smallest and lightest mobile phone was launched by a Japanese company call Willcom on March 21, 2013. Their smallest phone, the WX06A, is only available in Japan right now. It is 32 mm x 70 mm x 10.7 mm and weighs 32 grams.
The smallest military in the world belongs to Antingua and Barbudawith a total of 245 personnel.
Probably the Pygmy chameleon (genus Rhampholeon ).Adults of the species rarely exceed 4 inches (10cm) in length !