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The Guinness World Records has recognised a 6 feet tall cow as the tallest cow in the world. The cow from the Holstein breed, died during the month of May but is now recognised as the tallest cow in the world till date.
The owner said that the cow was even taller when it was younger. The 13-year-old cow lived on an Illinois farmabd was named Blosom. The cow died on 26 May due to a leg injury. It will be featured in the 2016 Guinness Book of World Records.Blosom measured 190 cm shortly before she passed away.
Owner Patty Meads-Hanson said in a Guinness World Records news release, said that the cow was not affected by so much attention given to her as she was surrounded.
Guinness World Records Editor-in Chief, Craig Glenday, said in the release that, "We hold our tallest animals at Guinness World Records in an extremely high regard due to their uniqueness and rarity in finding. We were devastated when we heard the news of Blosom's death as she was such a friendly and gorgeous animal and her owner equally as wonderful and took such great care of her."