A dwarf cow in Bangladesh that not too long ago shot to worldwide fame has died, native officers have confirmed.
Rani, who was simply 51 centimetres (20 inches) tall and weighed a mere 26 kilograms (57 kilos), was within the working for the title of the world’s smallest cow.
“Rani’s stomach had swollen a lot and she was rushed for treatment at around noon on Thursday. However, the vets were unable to save her life and she died within hours,” Sajedul Islam, an area livestock officer, advised Anadolu Agency.
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He mentioned the swelling was as a consequence of “overeating and gas accumulation in her stomach.”
Rani had change into an area superstar in Bangladesh, with hundreds flocking to her farm within the capital Dhaka’s Savar space.
Another Bangladeshi official mentioned in a Facebook put up that authorities have knowledgeable the Guinness Book of Records about Rani’s dying.
The crown for the world’s smallest cow is at the moment held by Manikyam in neighbouring India, who’s 61.1 centimetres (24 inches) tall.