LOWLY cow! This tiny beast is believed to be the shortest in the world at just 20in.
Tens of thousands of people have breached strict lockdown rules and herded in to see him in a village near Bangladesh capital Dhaka.
Rani, a Bhutanese breed farmed for its meat, suffers from dwarfism and is 20in tall and 26in long.
He should overthrow the height record of 24.1in held by a Vechur cow named Manikyam from Kerala, India.
Rani’s owner MA Hasan Howlader said of endless selfie demands: “Honestly speaking, we are tired.”
Howlader reported on 7th July that over 15,000 people had come to see Rani in the past three days alone after local newspapers and television channels reported on him.
Regional chief vet Sajedul Islam believes Rani’s condition is down to genetic inbreeding and believes it will not grow any bigger.
Guinness World Records have reportedly promised a decision within 90 days.