Giant Australian cow, Knickers saved from the chop
Standing at 194 cm (6.4 feet) tall, a giant Australian cow called 'Knickers' has been saved from the abattoir after being deemed too big to fit into the processing facility, Australian media reported.
The seven-year-old Holstein Friesian steer who weighs 1,400 kilograms (3,086 pounds) will spend the rest of his days with his herd at his owners Myalup property in Western Australia.
Knickers is thought to be Australia's largest cow. An Italian cow called Bellino holds the Guinness World Record for tallest living steer measuring 2.027 metres (6.7 feet).
Knickers was spared the abattoir after she was deemed too big to fit into the processing facility. She (still) stands at 6 feet, 4 inches tall.