Bangladesh is experiencing the worst wave of COVID-19. But thousands flock to see the tiny Rani cow.Rani might be the smallest cow in the world. Look at her. She's cute! She could be a public health risk.xo
Thousands of Bangladeshis flock to see the 26-inch Bhutanese cattle, according to AFP. Rani lives on a Shikor Agro farm outside the country's densely populated capital Dhaka. And his owner claims that he is 4 inches smaller than a cow recognized in the Guiness World Records as the smallest in the world.
Interest in Rani is understandable. but comes at a time of danger Bangladesh has infected with COVID-19 More than ever: more than 11,000 new cases for the first time on July 6.
Hasan Howlader, Shikor Agro farm manager, told AFP that more than 15,000 people had visited Rani in the past three days.
People have traveled far The coronavirus is closed," he said. "Most want a selfie with Rani. Bangladesh government announced "Heavy lockdown" across the country at the end of June. As the death toll from COVID-19 soared, during the first wave of the coronavirus in 2020, the highest number of deaths was 55.