Holy cow! Giant cow monsters herd as biggest in Australia
Or what a moo-nster.
Maybe bovine behemoth?
Whatever pun jumps to mind there is one thing we can all agree upon - that's one big cow!
Meet Knickers - the seven-year-old holstein friesian that is being recognised, unofficially at least, as Australia's biggest steer.
Standing 1.94m and weighing a whopping 1400kg, Knickers really stands out from the herd!
And that's exactly what owner, Western Australian farmer Geoff Pearson, is looking for from his four-legged tank, hoping Knickers can coach the rest of his cattle.
"You'll put him in a paddock and all the other cattle seem to get attracted to him," Mr Pearson told ABC News.
"Whenever he wants to get up and start walking there's a trail of hundreds of cattle following him.
"We all know when Knickers is on the move."
Knickers - the steer copped the name as another cow on the farm was called 'Bra' - has seemingly stolen the crown from Big Moo, a South Australian guernsey steer, for the title of Australia's biggest steer.
Big Moo stands at 1.86m, four centimes short of Knickers, and weighs 1500kgs.
But Knickers and Big Moo have a bit of a challenge on their hoofs if they want to claim the world title with Guinness World Records handing that honour to Bellino, an Italian chianina ox that was measured two metres to the withers in 2010.