U.S. National Park Catches Unicorn on a Trail Camera
They say unicorns do not exist in our world, but a U.S. National Park's trail camera says otherwise.
The Legend of The Unicorn
The description of the unicorn is a beast (horse) with a single large, pointed, spiraling horn that is projecting from its forehead like in the picture above.
The myths and legends of the unicorn have been in existence for the last thousand years or so. During the Renaissance of the Middle Ages, a unicorn was described as an extremely wild woodland creature that was a symbol of purity and grace, which could only be captured by a virgin. The actual horn is called an alicorn and it's supposed to hold magical and medicinal properties.
I'm not buying into the unicorn but for some reason, they continue to hold a place in popular culture much like hobbits, wizards, and dragons.
A U.S. National Park Claims to Have Captured a Unicorn on a Trail Camera
Unfortunately, the U.S. National Park that caught the alleged unicorn on camera is not a park found in Michigan but a park located in Arizona. I live in the Manistee National Forest in Michigan and have yet to capture a unicorn, big foot, or dogman on my trail cameras.
The Petrified Forest National Park put up some trail cameras and happened to capture what looks like a pretty beat-up unicorn on camera. As you can see from the picture above, this alleged unicorn looks rougher than the mythical creatures posted in the pictures above.
This is not a horse or goat type of unicorn but is a one-horned young male elk. The Petrified Forest National Park did have some fun with the post on its Facebook Page and promised to be on the lookout for future sightings of a flying Pegasus.
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