Ecologically speaking, are rhinos unicorns? Posted on October 4, 2022 by Anonymous Ecologically speaking, are rhinos unicorns?
Technically any animal with a single horn is a unicorn
The Indian Rhino, otherwise known as Rhinoceros unicornis. Unicorn just means one horn.
how do rhino horns come out?
do they just rip through the skin of teenage rhinos or what?
They grow from an area of spongy bone. Baby rhinos don’t have a horn but they do have a lump that grows into one from birth
I heard horns are technically tumors and may have cancer healing properties idk
I mean it is in the name
Why do they even need such a long corn in the water?
bet that would feel so good
fuck the animerino
Unicorns aren't real so no they are not. They are rhinos.
You do realize that the unicorn comes from descriptions of rhinos, right?
I hate it when people try to explain away folkloric creatures as just poorly understood animals.
Well, Jackalope most likely originated from disease ridden rabbits, so, you never know.
Like cyclops most likely originated from elephant fossils, and so on.
Of course you can't say that's the case for every folkloric shit, but when they all are "X but Y" or a mashup of existing animals...
Are deer multiple unicorns in symbiosis?
You mean multicorns
theyre not horses so no
also they have two horns
Unicorns are not horses, unicorns are animals the size of horses.
Rhinos are closer to horses than classic unicorns were