The humming Dragon, scientifically known as Draco Minimus Floralis, was the smallest of all dragons, only measuring about 3-4 inches from the nose to the tip of the tail. It fed on insects and could breathe fire. The humming dragon became very prized by gauchos during the early 19th century.
Since they were so small, as a result were used as "matches" because of their reflex flame and were often used to light campfires. The last sighting was in 1820. Some Dragonologist's suspect them to be living in North America in the Nunavut Canada area but no official sightings have been reported.