93 kg polythene extracted from a cow' stomach in Haryana's Jhajjar| Ghanti Bajao

02 Oct 2019 11:09 PM

93 kg polythene extracted from a cow' stomach in Haryana's Jhajjar| Ghanti Bajao

Updated 02 Oct 2019 11:09 PM

In Haryana's Jhajjar, the doctors extracted around 93 kg polythene from a cow' stomach. The stroy is alarming.
A blocked stomach in a cow is a very dangerous thing. The cows stomach contains bacteria which helps it to digest the food and the bacteria produces a lot of gas. The movement of the stomach makes the gas to move out. Once the stomach is blocked, this movement is affected and the gas accumulates in the stomach. The result will be a badly bloated stomach leading to a painful death.

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