The QTE comes in all shapes and sizes. Here are some petite prosh peeps!









Via the tasteful folks @ My Modern Met.



  1. sabrina rose says:

    AMAZING photos!!! I love seeing the tiniest of The QTE. What kind of monkeys (?) are those little guys? The perfect miniscule hands blow me away.

  2. bob drummond says:

    tiny town !!! and my favorite kinds of people — frogs , toads , lizards , butterflies ,etc… !!!

  3. Cuh-yoot! Are they pygmy marmosets?

  4. Golden Lion Tamarins. So prosh… 🙂

    Love the teensy black frog in pic 4, that’s some stink eye!

  5. Doesn’t appear to be too happy, does he? Maybe if he knew his pic was to be featured HERE he would’t be so grumpy! And the bebeh tamarins–squeeeeeeeee! Never seen them so small!

  6. lisaLASSIE says:

    I’m pretty sure that #4 and #7 are toadlets, not froglets. And if I am correct, then I expect CO to reward me with a trip to CO headquarters to meet the fine staff and wallow in hundreds of photos of Cute.

  7. Did you see the eyeballs on that first lizard! They’re scalloped and filigreed! amazing!

  8. They are indeed toadlets!
    Is that a new deal here? That if you find an error you get a free trip to CO headquarters? (That _might_ actually make up for the lack of 2014 calendar)

  9. Wow! Those are some amazing, unique eyeballs! Thanks for making take a closer look. (Sometimes I am too overwhelmed by the qte and miss details) 🙂

  10. The little green frog looks like a Coqui from Puerto Rico. (Or Hawaii, now.)
    Does anybody know for sure?

  11. I don’t think so – coquis are tan and semi-transparent (like milky-muddy water); only their voices are colorful. That precious little parrot of a frog looks like a tree frog…

  12. Marmoset there’d be days like this….