Enormous Holstein-Friesian steer named Knickers towers over the smaller cows.

Could this be the largest steer in the world? 

You will definitely want to move over if you ever see this big guy. This is Knickers, a Holstein-Friesian steer, which is a dairy breed of cattle.

Knickers towers over the other cows at his farm in Myalup, Australia.

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Knickers’ owners says he’s Australia’s biggest steer, standing at more than 6 feet 3 inches and weighing in at nearly a ton.

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The world’s largest steer is a Chianina ox named Bellino, who measured about 3 inches taller than Knickers at a 2010 cattle show in Rome.

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