Was the Unicorn an Actual Historical Animal?

đŸĻ„ Myths often have kernels of truth buried deep beneath layers of fairy tales passed down through the generations. Scientists have now found evidence that the horned Siberian beast called the Elasmotherium sibiricum may have lived among early humans 35,000 years ago, and thus gave rise to what we now call the unicorn. Now if only we can explain the jackalope!

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Image: Elasmotherium sibiricum by DiBgd/Wikimedia

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