The legend of unicorns you should know (Part 1)

One of the intriguing stories that astronauts often tell of the creatures they saw on the new distant land, is the horse of animate (one horn).

This breed has a head and body like a horse, a front leg like a serow, a tail like a lion’s tail, a beard like a goatee. Each one has a long horn, twisted in the middle of the forehead.

And strangely, among the creatures out of legend, there is no creature whose image appears as much as the unicorn.

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This creature appears in many different cultures with different names. Unicorns in Latin, Monokeios in Greek, Unicórnio in Portuguese, Chi’lin in Chinese, Kirin or Sin-you in Japanese, Karkadann in Persian, Eenhorn in Dutch, Einhorn in Dutch Germany, Licorne in French, Unicornio in Spanish, Alicorno in Italian, Had – Keren in Hebrew, Enhorning in Swedish … They are depicted as horse-like creatures, I’m slim with horns. Shine. But characteristics depend on different cultures. Westerners think these creatures are wild and untame. While the Eastern people think that they are peaceful, gentle, docile and bring good omen.

In some legends, the creature also has white swan wings and it can freely fly in the sky. It is said that its horns have magical power, preventing any poison. So that horn was priceless and was hunted for a glass of wine to drink. But to this day, no one has had the luck to find the strange creature in that legend.

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However, it is not baseless to think of a story about an animate animal. Since ancient times, the age of the dinosaurs still wandering around the globe, the creatures with horns on their heads are not uncommon. They are found almost everywhere on the entire Ancient Continent. The remaining fossils have proved their glorious existence in the past. But 65 million years have passed, whether in the middle of this era there are still unique animals like the legend has told or not?