Pictured here, the pink fairy is the world’s smallest species of what?
Pink fairy armadillos, endemic to central Argentina, are the smallest armadillos in the world. With a maximum length of just six inches, these cute creatures are several times smaller than giant armadillos, which can be more than three feet long. Like their relatives, pink fairy armadillos have a shell, but theirs has a distinctive pink hue and is softer and thinner than the shells of most other armadillos.
The correct answer is Armadillo.