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(Philly Voice)   Inspiration for the unicorn myth, extinct in the wild, continues to grow as a population   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Sahara, recent birth of a scimitar-horned oryx, species of antelope, Extinction, Oryx, Calf, Lehigh Valley Zoo, scimitar-horned oryx  
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1024 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 29 Nov 2022 at 9:20 AM (8 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-11-29 9:23:37 AM Full Size
2022-11-29 10:00:27 AM  
Schnecksville sounds like the place to go for appetizers and junk food.
2022-11-29 11:29:29 AM  
Lots of other animals thought to be the inspiration for unicorns also existed, many of which, you know, only had one horn.
2022-11-29 6:32:54 PM  
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2022-11-29 9:02:39 PM  
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2022-11-29 10:35:52 PM  
Who is Lehigh and why are so many valleys named after him?
2022-11-29 11:04:07 PM  

Ragin' Asian: Who is Lehigh and why are so many valleys named after him?

It's French for "the high".
2022-11-29 11:06:16 PM  

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I think the submersible unicorn had to be the narwhal. IIRC medieval sailors and merchants used to hunt narwhals for their horns to sell as "unicorn horns".
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