Cute things come in small packages, as evidenced by the world's smallest species of deer, the southern pudu.

A newborn pudu is making a home for itself in Queens, New York City's biggest borough.

The Queens Zoo announced Monday that the yet-to-be-named doe was born on site May 3.

The tiny deer only weighed one pound at birth but could grow as heavy as 20 pounds by adulthood.

She's adjusting really well," Barbara Russo, a spokeswoman for the Wildlife Conservation Society, which runs the zoo, told the New York Daily News.

"She's very cute and still nursing. She will eventually transition to solid foods" such as kale, fresh leaves and grain. 

Visitors to the Zoo can see the baby pudu - and it's proud parents - at the zoo's pudu exhibit.

Solitary animals native to Chile and Argentina, pudus are thought to numberless than 10,000 in the wild, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, which classifies both species of the pudu - northern and southern - as Vulnerable.

The southern pudu are said to be nimble jumpers and sprinters, and will bark when they sense danger.