Dwarf Cow Rani| 23 Months Dwarf Cow Queen Becomes Media Star, Thousands Are Reaching To Watch Thousands Flock To See 23-Month-Old Dwarf Cow Rani In Bangladesh
Thousands of people are reaching to see the 23-month-old dwarf cow
- Cow doesn’t look like a toy, 23 month old dwarf cow queen,
- Thousands of people are reaching far and wide to see the cow
- Pictures of this dwarf cow of Bangladesh are also going viral
Dhaka: These days a 23-month-old cow remains the center of attraction on social media. Thousands of people are reaching to see this cow. In this era of corona epidemic, where people come out of the house only for essential work, there is an influx of people to see this cow. The height of the cow i.e. height is only 66 centimeters long. The owner of the cow claims that it is the smallest cow in the world.
Very short length and height
The 23-month-old cow lives on a farm in Charigram, 30 km southwest of Dhaka. The name of the cow is Rani. Rani is 66 cm tall and weighs only 26 kg. Its owners say that this cow is 10 cm smaller than the smallest cow in the Guinness World Records.
thousands of people came to see
The world’s smallest cow was found in Kerala, India. This 23-month-old cow is now in the headlines from media to social media. People are fiercely sharing its picture. At the same time, those who are reaching to see this cow, they are taking their selfie with it and putting it on social media. MA Hassan Hawaldar, manager of Shikor Agro Farm, said that despite the coronavirus lockdown, people are coming to see it after traveling long distances and most of them want to take selfies with the queen.
15 thousand people reached in three days
The Havaldar said, “In the last three days alone, more than 15,000 people have come to see the queen. To be honest, we are tired. Reena Begum, who came to see the cow, said, ‘I have never seen anything like this in my life. Never.’ Rani is a Bhutti, or Bhutanese, cow known in Bangladesh for its prized meat. The other bhutis on the farm are twice the size of the queen.
“We didn’t expect such a huge interest,” the manager said. We did not think that despite the deteriorating condition of the corona virus, such a large number of people would come to see it. Sajeedul Islam, the government’s chief veterinarian for the region, said the queen is a product of “genetic inbreeding” and is unlikely to be large.’
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