For those of you who have always believed in magic, fairies, and mythical creatures, I’ve got news.
A “unicorn” is alive and well and grazes in a 2.5-acre park in the Tuscan town of Prato.
Unicorns are known, in the mythical realm, for the single horn that protrudes from their foreheads. These creatures are endowed with magical powers. And throughout the collection of literature from ancient and medieval times, the Unicorn has, in one way or another, been mentioned.
The creature pictured here is actually a roe deer that scientists think has a genetic flaw that made it grow only one horn. But the peculiar thing about it is that the horn actually grew in the middle of its forehead. For the rest of the story, click here.
[photo courtesy of http://dsc.discovery.com]