The queen is 51 cm tall, 66 cm long and weighs just 26 kg – is she the smallest cow in the world?
Yes, at least its owner, Tanveer Hasan from Bangladesh, claimed the Guinness World Record for measuring a 23-month-old mini-movie.
So far, the gem from Bangladesh’s neighbor India has been inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s smallest cow. It was 61.1 cm high in 2014.
For comparison: the average Holstein cow is 1.5 meters tall and weighs 500 to 600 kg.
The queen is a born-again, so will never reach the proportions of other cows.
Meanwhile, several thousand people gathered at the farm in Savar to marvel at the Queen. But as the country was locked up, Hassan had to round up his farm.
Hassan bought the queen from a cattle dealer in northern Bangladesh last year. The little cow now lives on her farm with 152 plots. Only at night does she sleep in a small, comfortable area.
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