14 Jul

 A few days ago, a cow named “Rani” is claimed as the world smallest cow in the world. Rani belongs to the Bhutti breed. She is only 27 inches long and 20 inches high weighing 57 pounds less than two feet in height. Despite having a national Covid lockdown, more than 15,000 people have reportedly daily visited Rani at her farm in Charigram, near the capital Dhaka.

The Farm manager Hasan Howladar said that they brought her from Naogoan district last year. He also added he applied to the Guinness Book of Records, saying Rani is the world’s smallest cow. Due to her small size, she faces some walking problems. She is very shy and afraid of other cows and the crowd. She kept separated from other cows.

Mr. Hawaldar said that she does not eat much. A 100 gram of grains and leaves in the morning and same in the evening is her daily ration. He added that she loves to play on the ground. He also added that he has already applied for the Guinness book of records. He added that the investigating team visits his farm this year.

Due to two feet, high Rani is so short as compared to dogs, children, and other calves. In recent days, thousands of people have gathered to Charigram, a city of Bangladesh, to see the dwarf cow and to capture a photograph with her.

She is a twenty-three-month-old white cow. She is about four inches shorter than the current designated world’s shortest cow, Manikyam, which is a 24-inch-tall Vechur breed cow from Kerala state in India that set the record in 2014.

 Dwarfism in a cow is a genetic defect that is caused by mutation. It can be fatal for some breeds. In many cases, it is also associated with DNA-related problems. Unfortunately, Rani is one of the breeds in which dwarfism is a genetic defect.

Although Rani gained fame within no days. She is not more than a celebrity. Thousands of people from all over Bangladesh flooded over to see her. The farm owner hired three security guards especially for her to control the crowd at the farm. Due to covid, the farm management decided to allow only the first 10 visitors in a day.

According to the experts as age increases, this dwarfism can cause various health diseases. Although the farm management tries its best to provide all the basic facilities to the cow.

The rumors about the sacrifice of Rani are also surrounding in social media. Eid ul Adha is the Islamic festival of Muslims in which the Muslims sacrifice animals in the name of Allah. Nut the farm authorities completely deny the rumors.

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