Thousands of Locals Escaped LOCKDOWN Just to see a TINY COW

Thousands of Locals Escaped LOCKDOWN Just to see a TINY COW

Thousands of Locals Escaped LOCKDOWN Just to see a TINY COW
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Thousands of people from Bangladesh defied its nationwide COVID-19 lockdown just to get a glimpse of the tiny cow.

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Reports said Rani is a 23-month-old dwarf cow. Its photos have been widely circulated across the country after naming it as the world’s tiniest by the Guinness Book of Records. The cow stands at 51 centimeters tall and weighs only 28 kilograms.

“I have never seen anything like this in my life. Never,” said Rina Begum, 30. The man came from the next town just to see the tiny cow.

As of this writing, there were already more than 15,000 people who visited the farm in Charigram village, situated just outside Dhaka, the country’s capital.

Hasan Howlader, Shikor Agro farm manager, told the local media that people coming from the different parts of the country visit the farm just to take selfies with Rani.

“We did not expect such huge interest. We did not think people would leave their homes because of the worsening virus situation. But they have come here in droves,” he said.

However, the manager shared that the cow has difficulties in walking. It’s also afraid to interact with other cows at the farm. 

Thousands of Locals Escaped LOCKDOWN Just to see a TINY COW
Photo: Says Malaysia

“She doesn’t eat much. She eats a small amount of bran and straw twice a day,” the manager added. He also said Rani loves roaming outside and seems happy whenever someone carries it.