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Unicorns

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Rachel Murgel

on 12 February 2014

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Transcript of Unicorns

Unicorns Lifespan
Unicorns usually live up to a millennium, but the average life expectancy is 850 years.
Where do Unicorns Live?
Unicorns prefer to live in cool forested areas, and away from major civilization.
They can also live near aquatic areas.
What is a Unicorn?
Historical Unicorn Sightings and writings
In 416BC, the physician Ctesias went traveling. Upon his return, He wrote a book about his experiences.

" In India there are certain wild donkeys which are as large as horses, and larger. Their bodies are white, their heads are dark red, and their eyes dark blue. They have a horn on the forehead which is about eighteen inches in length. "
In 'Topsell's Historie of Four Foot Beasties', the first illustrated natural history in English, was published in 1607, unicorns were included.
In the Bibl
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(Daniel, Chapter eight) it says:
"And behold, a he-goat came from the West on the face of the whole earth, and touched not the ground; and the goat had a notable horn between his eyes."
Ever wondered why there is a unicorn and a lion on the Royal Coat Of Arms? It's because lions and unicorns are enemies, and this coat of arms represents Scottish and English, once enemies, now working together.
Unicorn Myths
Drinking Unicorn Blood will make you immortal
Unicorns cannot create rainbows or any other misconceptions linked to “girly” things.
A Unicorn that is pure white from hoof to nose, is able to bring eternal happiness to one who touches it.
Unicorn Diet
If living in a forested area, unicorns generally eat tall grass, like horses.
They also eat berries and a wide variety of flowers.
If living near an aquatic environment, unicorns feed on seaweed.
Unicorns
Unicorn Blood and Horns
Unicorn Blood can cure wounds of all kinds- Which is why unicorns stay healthy and live for so long.
It is said that the horn being put on the tables of kings and set among their junkets and banquets reveals any venom if there be any such therein, by a certain sweat which comes over the horn."
A Unicorn is a legendary/mythical animal that is typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn protruding from its forehead. However, Unicorns do not have wings.
By: Rachel Murgel
Different Unicorn Images
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