Rani, a dwarf cow in Bangladesh, has become an overnight sensation, with thousands of people defying nationwide lockdown to see her. 

The dwarf cow – Rani – is just 20 inches (51 centimetres) tall. Owner of the cow claims that Rani is the world’s smallest cow. 

The 23-months-old dwarf cow has become a media star, with all throwing spotlight on this tiny bovine at a farm near Bangladesh capital – Dhaka. 

People in thousands, over the last couple of days, are flocking Charigram (around 30 kilometres from Dhaka) to see Rani. 

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Rani, the dwarf cow, is only 66 centimetres long and weighs 26 kilograms. 

“People come long distances despite the coronavirus lockdown. Most want to take selfies with Rani,” manager of the farm told news agency AFP, adding that Guinness World Records had promised a decision in three months. 

“More than 15,000 people have come to see Rani in the past three days alone,” he added.  

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