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June 13, 2008

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Who Says There’s No Such Thing As Unicorns?

From the Associated Press:
A deer with a single horn in the center of its head — much like the fabled, mythical unicorn — has been spotted in a nature preserve in Italy, park officials said Wednesday. . . .

The 1-year-old Roe Deer — nicknamed "Unicorn" — was born in captivity in the research center's park in the Tuscan town of Prato, near Florence, Tozzi said.

He is believed to have been born with a genetic flaw; his twin has two horns.

Comments

Mc. Squizzy

COOL!!!

Walt Smith

What caliber WOULD you use for a unicorn?

Evan V

To hunt unicorns you must use a magic wand. LOL.

Blue Ox

What caliber is the magic wand?

Trae B.

Id us a dragon to flush the unicorn out and shoot it with a bow I bought off of a centaur.

MickeyD's

it is probably a super unicorn, so i would have to find a super dragon type thingy, then it would use it's super dragon powers, and then i would mount the unicorn on the wall next to my dinosaur.

William

It doesn't do any good shooting a unicorn with a bow from a centaur unless the arrow is from a centaur or at least passably "magical" as well. A titanium arrow might work however.

Trae B.

I'll use a balistic tip broad head.




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