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Imagine yourself sitting in a field having a picnic then all of a sudden a big white horse comes up to you but then you notice the big horn coming out of its head and you know it is a Unicorn Many people believe in suck a thing as a Unicorn in my report I am going to tell you about these people and the people that dont believe too I personally dont believe in such a thing as a Unicorn but I dont discredit those people that do The history of the horned animal known as the Unicorn is a very interesting one In a fold take toled by the Urikanes they explain one theory of why there is no more Unicorns today Swipnetse All of the beasts obeyed Noah when he admitted them into the Ark All but the Unicorn Confident of his strength he boasted I shall swim For fourghty days and fourghty nights the rains poured down and the oceans boiled as in a pot and all the heights were flooded The birds of the air clung onto the Ark and when the Ark pitched they were all engulfed But the unicorn kept on swimming When however the birds emerged again they perched on his horn he went under And thats why there are no more Unicorns now Other that the Urikanes many people have searched for roof of the unicorns existence Records that date back to the courts of Darious II and even Aristotle wrote a little about the unicorn The Chinese name for the unicorn was Ki-lin to them the Unicorn was a symbol of wisdom In the past Unicorns have appeared in many different writings in the Ancient Greeks the Chinese and today According to all of these legends the Unicorn has many different physical and personal traits There were many different stories that gave the Unicorn a wide range of size color and type of
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