peak unicorn, a sheep in Iceland has been discovered masquerading as the real thing.

A ram, born last spring to family farmers Erla Porey Olafsdottir and her husband, Bjarni Bjarnason, in Hraunkot, Iceland, has been named, literally, "Unicorn," or "Einhyrningur" in Icelandic, according to a translation from the local newspaper the Iceland Monitor.

Unicorn's two horns are fused together at the top of his head making one super-wide horn and making him look like the mythical creature. As the BBC points out, "unicorn" originates from the Latin for "single horn." This isn't a perfect unicorn situation, since the horn splits toward the top, but still.  Read more...

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Icelandic farmers discover ‘unicorn’ among their sheep

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Just when you thought we’d reached peak unicorn, a sheep in Iceland has been discovered masquerading as the real thing.

A ram, born last spring to family farmers Erla Porey Olafsdottir and her husband, Bjarni Bjarnason, in Hraunkot, Iceland, has been named, literally, “Unicorn,” or “Einhyrningur” in Icelandic, according to a translation from the local newspaper the Iceland Monitor.

Unicorn’s two horns are fused together at the top of his head making one super-wide horn and making him look like the mythical creature. As the BBC points out, “unicorn” originates from the Latin for “single horn.” This isn’t a perfect unicorn situation, since the horn splits toward the top, but still.  Read more…

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