The smallest cow in the world was discovered in Bangladesh

(ORDO NEWS) — The tiny cow is only 51 cm tall and is considered the shortest on Earth. The animal lives in a village located near Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

The cow’s name is Rani. It belongs to the Bhutanese breed. In most cases, these animals are raised specifically for meat. The record holder is a dwarf and her height does not exceed 51 cm. At the same time, the length of the animal is only 66 cm. According to her parameters, Rani bypassed another record holder, who was previously considered the smallest cow. An animal of the Vechur breed is called Manikyam. She lives in India and is only 61 cm tall.

The owner of a small cow, Hasan Khovladar, says that they are very tired, because many people want to take a selfie with an unusual animal. On July 7, he reported that in just three days after local television channels and newspapers learned about Rani, over 15,000 people came to watch her.

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Veterinarian Sajedul Islam claims that Rani’s condition was caused by genetic inbreeding. He also added that the cow will not get bigger and its growth has completely stopped.

The Guinness Book of World Records also received a notification that a decision on Little Rani will be made within the next 90 days.

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