The world's most dwarf cow has become an internet sensation (Video)
Friday, 9 July 2021 (21:21 IST)
Dhaka:People ofter registered themselves in the limca or Guinness book for their record high or low height. But this 20-inch tall cattle of Bangladesh 'Rani' is reportedly the most dwarfs cow in the world.
However, the Guinness Book of World Records has not yet confirmed this claim. It is to be noted that India still holds the record for the most dwarf cow in the world. There is a cow named Manikyam in Kerala, India, whose height was measured at 24 inches in the year 2014.
A 23-month-old cow found at a farm near Bangladesh's capital Dhaka has become an overnight internet sensation in Bangladeshi media. Not only in Bangladesh but her presence has been a hot cake for media all over the world. The 23-month-old Rani is only 26 kilograms in weight.
Thousands in Bangladesh lineup to see Rani, a dwarf cow running for the title of world's smallest cow. The 23-month-old cow stands about 20in high. Rani has become a media celeb. pic.twitter.com/e9JCnQoNKZ
Bangladesh is currently under lockdown due to the spread of coronavirus, but even after this, a large number of people are turning up to see this cow and taking selfies with her. According to the media reports, a total of 15 thousand people have come to see this cow so far.
Reena Begum, a 30-year-old woman who came to see this cow said, "I have never seen anything like this in my life." The manager of Shikar Agro Farm, M.A. Hassan Howlader measured the height of this cow with a tape before the public. (WD)