Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 20th, 2012
Dr. Karl Shuker says: “The last thing that I expected to see when visiting the West Midlands Safari Park last summer was a unicorn – but that is exactly what I did see there…well, sort of. I’ve frequently read in accounts of unicorns the theory that some reported sightings were nothing more than long-horned antelopes viewed side-on, so that their two horns perfectly overlapped, creating the illusion of a single centrally-horned unicorn. And I admit that I’ve always tended to think ‘Yeah, right, I’ll believe that when I see it’. Well now I do, because I have – and here’s the proof!”
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