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24 Aug
A cow said to be the smallest in the world has sadly died after rising to fame earlier this year due to her tiny stature. Two-year-old Rani, a Bhutti cow, was just 51cms (20 inches) tall and weighed 28kg (62lbs), leading to her farm manager hoping to have her take pride of place as the…
8 Jul
Thousands of people are defying a nationwide coronavirus lockdown in Bangladesh to see Rani, a 51 centimetre, 20 inches tall cow whose owners claim it is the world's smallest. The 23-month-old dwarf cow has become a media star with scores of newspapers and television stations throwing the spotlight on the tiny bovine at a farm…

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