Unicorns: Anatomy 101

Unicorns have fascinated me from age 7.

They differ from white horses in other respects than the single horn of spiraled ivory in the middle of their foreheads. Like goats, both the males and females have beards and cloven hooves rather than solid hooves like true horses.

Another interesting anatomical difference, is their tufted tails, that resemble those of lions or oxen rather than horses.

Unicorns prefer only to be touched by pure and innocent people. Because they can outrun cheetahs, they can only be caught by trickery.

To be continued tomorrow…

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