5 Unicorns Caught on Camera & Spotted In Real Life!
5 Unicorns Caught on Tape & Spotted In Real Life!
In dating and leisure circles, a Unicorn is referred to as a mythical lover imagined in your mind, too delightful and perfect to exist in real life. The slang term parallels the common conception of the unicorn, or one-horned horse or rhinosaurus, as a purely fictional animal.But can we be sure? The first writings on unicorns were recorded in Greek natural history, not myth. Unicorn spotting was popular in the Middle Ages. Here are 5 intriguing caught-on-camera unicorns of unknowable veracity. Let’s begin!
#5 – The Uzbekistan Wonder Bull
The Greeks did not envision the Earthly unicorn as we do, or as any type of dainty pure-white flying Pegasus. Instead, Aristotle referred to the unicorn as a type of one-horned antelope. Like most other Greek philosophers and scientists, Aristotle saw India as the natural habitat of these strange beasts. This documentary footage, shot in Uzbekistan in Central Asia, shows a type of bull with a prominent, devilish center horn shaped like that of a story-book unicorn. The eyewitnesses pull the horn and demonstrate that it is no plastic prop.
#4 – Its Not a Scary Door, It’s a Scary Horse
Released in May 2016, this footage of a possible real-life unicorn more closely matches the fairy-tale version accepted in modern society. It stands as a horse does, and is much more majestic than any bull or antelope. But the YouTube user The Scary Door, responsible for displaying the footage, drew immediate derision from viewers, probably due to the blatant self-promotion of their investigative video clip channel. However, the footage being taken from another documentary is probably a good thing – somebody shot it, and they weren’t sitting in an office thinking up spooky slogans. So take the footage as is – who’s to say such a creature can’t exist on our strange planet?
#3 – The Lighter, Demigod Side Of Equestrian
It seems that not all unicorns feel the need to hide out in the mountains, only posing for occasional blurry shots or demonstrations. At the 2012 Northern Maryland May Pole celebration, a resort and retreat for hippies, spiritualists and Native Americans, something you don’t see every day happened – a good fairy arrived, riding a unicorn.By which magical process the royal nymph either discovered, or turned her loyal white horse into a unicorn is unknown. But not only does it look genuinely one horned and silky graceful, this unicorn is much more cooperative, and caring for children, than any wild tales of Pegasus resisting the reins of Perseus would lead us to believe.
#2 If You Can’t Find Them, Make Them
California newspapers were shocked in 1980 to receive photographs of a unicorn with a foot-long appendage being raised on a local farm. The breeders Morning Glory and Otter G’Zell had invented – bred their own – real-life unicorn. They named it Lancelot, by the way.
Even though their achievement was actually nothing new. As early as the 1930s, such real life – if man made – unicorns had been performing in the circus – the Barnum and Bailey circus, to be exact. Eyewitnesses described Lancelot as purely medieval – cloven hooves, a silk tail, and a golden horn. His popularity led Glory and G’Zell to continue to breed genuine, elegant unicorns.
#1 Ah, Those North Koreans…Oh Wait
Those who paid attention to politics over the past year have seen how the media’s exuberance can be its undoing. This gleeful news footage recently appeared on cable to shame our ahem, friends from North Korea for claiming to have found a unicorn lair near a government capital.
It’s true that if a North Korean leader goes bowling, his score is reported in the news as a perfect 300. Dictators always lie a lot. But this time, the giggling Western press got it wrong.What North Korean scientists actually claim to have found are the remains of a kirin, a mythological chimera-like animal with the features of a horse, cow, and a one-horned goat. The beast was said to be legendary Korean King Dongmyeong's favorite method of transportation.
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