In Bangladesh, a dwarf cow named Rani is in a lot of discussion these days. People in the country are reaching in large numbers to see this cow. People have not even bothered about the nationwide lockdown due to Corona. This Gaya is only 51 centimeters i.e. about 20 inches high. The owner of the cow claims that it is the smallest cow in the world. Let us tell you that till now the smallest cow in the world was found in Kerala, India.
This 23-month-old dwarf cow has now become a media star. People are coming to watch it from newspapers and TV channels in large numbers. The cow is a short distance from the capital Dhaka and now social media platforms are flooded with pictures of the queen.
Bangladesh is currently under lockdown but people are also traveling 30 km by rickshaw to reach Charigram’s farm. Reena Begum, who came to see the queen from a nearby town, says, ‘I have never seen such a thing in my life.’
The length of the queen is 66 cm (26 in) and the reason for this is around 26 kg or 57 pounds. However, Rani’s owner says that the smallest cow ever in the Guinness Book of World Records, Rani is 10 cm less than that.
MA Hassan says that in the last 3 days, more than 15 thousand people have come to see the queen.
According to the Guinness World Records, in the year 2014, the smallest cow ever found was found, whose height was 61 cm. Rani is a Bhutanese cow. The second cow of the queen’s species is twice her size.