At 6 feet, 4 inches tall, and weighing just over than 1.4 tons, Knickers the cow became a global sensation after photos of him towering over the rest of his herd in Western Australia surfaced.
His owner Geoff Pearson said he roamed the paddocks of his feedlot near Lake Preston, about 90 minutes south of Perth, with hundreds of cattle following him.
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"Knickers lives on", says Mr Pearson, who has been fielding calls from local journalists since the Australian public broadcaster drew attention to the enormous steer - a Holstein Friesian, but significantly taller than the average for that breed. He's literally too big to fit in the meat processors.
This may not be the last we hear of Knickers either, with Pearson predicting the giant cow will be around for a few more years to come.
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Best of all, Knickers has been given a job as a "coach", which is a steer tasked with leading other cattle around the farm. Despite other members of Knickers's herd being sent to the slaughterhouse, Pearson said he made a decision to let Knickers stay on the feedlot as "he's not hurting anyone". "So I think it will just live happily ever after".
Not alone: While Knickers' size is quite impressive, he's not the largest steer in the world. Bellino, a Chianina ox from Italy, still owns the world record for tallest living steer at a whopping six-foot-seven-inches tall, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Use #GeniusKitchen to let us know what you're sharing!
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