Biggest Texas Longhorn horns found in Australia
QUEENSLAND, Australia (KABC) -- The world's biggest set of Texas Longhorn horns aren't actually found anywhere in Texas. Instead, the record-setter resides down under.
The longest set in the world span almost three meters, which is nearly 10 feet or as long as a small car.
The 7-year-old beast is part of the largest herd of Texas Longhorns in Australia. All are direct descendants of the great herd of Longhorn cattle that roamed the Texas trails in the late 1800s.
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