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[Merged]A unicorn lair discovered by archaeologists

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Why would a unicorn, an animal that, if it existed would essentially be a horse. Live in a lair? What possible need would a horse have to live underground? caves are not usually roomy enough for a horse in my experiance.

maybe they didn't have enough room on the stone sign to carve unicorn stable

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maybe they didn't have enough room on the stone sign to carve unicorn stable

Horny House would have fitted.

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Horny House would have fitted.

probably a disagreement on the spelling of 'horny'

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It now appears that the unicorn angle was a mistranslation. It has emerged that what translators were trying to say was that top North Korean explorers had found the nest of a beast with a dragon's head, a deer's body, the tail of a cow, hooves and a mane.

The mix-up centred on the translation of the word "kirins" or "Qilins," Prof James Grayson told the Guardian.

He said the mythical creature occupies a special place in Korean folklore as the favourite mode of transport for a legendary ruler from antiquity.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/412308/20121206/north-korea-unicorn-mystery-kirins.htm

Even better.

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Haha, it gets even more unreal now.

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I hope they find ManBearPig Lair soon.

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ha ha ha that is too funny!

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