Holy Cow! Knickers the Bovine Avoids Slaughterhouse by Being Too Big
Knickers stands at 6 feet, four inches and weighs around the same as a small sedan.
Is this the biggest bovine in the world?
Knickers, the 6-foot-4 Holstein Friesian steer living in Western Australia, has successfully avoided the slaughterhouse thanks to his massive size.
Not only is he believed to be the tallest bovine in Australia, but he also reportedly weighs around 1.5 tons, or as much as a small sedan.
The breed originated from Northern Germany and is known to grow to impeccable heights.
But thanks to Knickers’ size and weight, his owner will now allow him to live out the rest of his days at an enclosure near Perth.
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