Most common pets in their most uncommon form

This is Shrek, a sheep from New Zealand, that had not had a shear for six years. Shrek died in 2011

The largest cow in the world lives in Dorset, the UK. Her name is Rio. She would produce more than 7,000 sausages or 26lbs of fillet steak. The animal is 1.8 meters tall.

Two common parakeets produced a mutant bird with мунк unusual feathers. The "feather duster" lives in the UK and is named Whipper

This little horse named Koda lives at the Yarrambat Veterinary Hospital, north of Melbourn. At just 35 kilograms and 59 centimetres tall, 12-month-old Koda is said to be Australia's smallest horse. He was born the size of a cat and he is still smaller than some dogs, but what he lacks in size he makes up for with his gigantic personality.


This black rooster is only 18 months old, but has all chances to become Britain's largest rooster

This is Amy, the UK's largest rabbit. Amy is 4ft long and weighing three-and-a-half ston. Amy is so big she has to sleep in a dog kennel

Another British rooster celebrity is Ginger, a 81-cm tall bird. He is a representative of the Japanese cock-fighting breed known as shamo.

This is Cracker, formerly the world's tallest Shire horse. Cracker, who died in 2007, was 192.12 cm tall at the withers. His head was more than two meters above the ground.

Herb Weitz is walking his Komondor, the Hungarian sheepdog, in New York. This is a large, white-coloured Hungarian breed of livestock guardian dog with a long, corded coat.