I feel like Narwhal should be the underwater unicorn and not the swordfish...
@passerby , my brother said narwhals are real... psh... idiot.
@passerby , but they aren't speedy like this Boi so the caption wouldn't work
@passerby , the narwhal would be the underwater assault unicorn since it's slower but bigger
@passerby , Narwals, narwals, living in the ocean. Causing a commotion, cause they are so awesome.
Heavily armored unicorn
I am certain unicorns stem from word-of-mouth descriptions of Rhinos
@Factory BOY, it's uhh like a horse but with a big horn on it and the horn kinda curves
@Factory BOY, its like a chonky horse with a horn on its head
@Factory BOY, I would dispute this because unicorns are almost always described with the horn upon it's head, while rhinos are almost always described as having it upon their nose. It's even where we get their name. "Rhino" meaning nose "ceros" meaning horn.
By contrast, Unicorn's etymology is "uni" meaning one, and "corn" meaning horn. Indicating that it was probably based on some other creature which was similar to a horse, perhaps some kind of cervine, that only had one horn as opposed to the normal multiple horns the people of the time expected.
To add to this, rhinos often have multiple horns, which means the "uni" prefix doesn't really fit them.
I see Donkey Kong country animals
well the Rhino has two horns, so it is a bicorn and not a unicorn.
I am fun parties.
“The fairy tales want YOU to be a unicorn.”