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The Unicorn: Rhinoceros, Oryx, or Something Else?

March 6, 2018

 

Unicorns. The fairy princess’s first choice of true friend and trusty steed, faultlessly flaunting braided hair and exuding rainbows.

 

How did it become so pink-and-purplified? And where did the idea for a horse with a single horn sticking out of its head come from? And why did people think its horns had healing powers? In today’s blog post, I answer all these questions and more!

 

How many animals do you know of that only have one horn? The rhino (some species, anyway) and the narwhal. And this little one-horned chameleon, if you want to count him. He’s pretty cute, so we will.