The world's smallest cow 'Rani' has been recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s smallest cow 40 days after the death of the cow.
Md Abu Sufiyan, manager of Shekar Agro Industries Limited in Charigram area of Savar, confirmed the news on Tuesday morning.
Earlier, the world's smallest cow died on Thursday (August 19) due to 'excessive gas accumulated in its stomach'.
The dwarf cow of the Boxer Bhutti breed, grew up on a farm at Charigram of Savar, near the capital Dhaka.
The cow stood just 51cm (20in) high and weighed 28kg (62Ib).
The cow turned into a celebrity since its news first broke on the newspapers back in July and hundreds of visitors had been flocking to the farm to catch a sight of it.
The title for the world's smallest cow has been held officially by Manikyam, in neighbouring India, which measures 61.1cm from the hoof to the withers.