Thousands of people flock to the agro farm in an interior part of Bangladesh to have a glimpse of Rani, the dwarf cow, which is awaiting confirmation from the Guinness book of World Records as the smallest cow in the world.
The Shikor Agro farm at Charigram, Nabinagar in the Savar Upazila of Bangladesh has drawn media attention and curious onlookers to see this tiny yet fully grown cow of almost two years of age.
The cow is 20 inches in height and 27 inches long. It weighs just about 26 kilograms. She is from the Buxar-Bhutia breed. Though the breed in itself is short in height, Rani became a wonder by not growing beyond this small size. Other than its size, Rani is like any other cow with no special requirement of food or upkeep.