The incredible world of unicorns are the topic this week and Paul and Donna are pleased to welcome back New Mexico rancher Cotton Shorts to talk about these amazing creatures!
Are there five different unicorns in this sketch from 1675 or just one time-travelling unicorn? We may never know…
A rare picture of an actual unicorn. Please take care to not take pictures of unicorns if you see one. This poor fella was captured in mid photon-disintegration.
It’s unicorn mating season! Please be careful around unicorn droppings and don’t let your children touch them. They can be extremely hazardous.
A rare photograph of at least four unicorns engaged in a battle for dominance in the Pacific Northwest. It was reported that these rainbow farts could be smelled up to 20 miles away:
Now you know a little more about unicorns! What’s your opinion on them? We want to hear from you! Send us your suggestions for animals you’d like to hear us talk about, or just drop us a line about anything at email@example.com! We might even read your fascinating email on the show.
A very special thanks for no particular reason to Curtis Craddock, author of the novel “An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors: Book One in the Risen Kingdoms” available at Amazon or wherever fine books are sold.
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“Monkeys Spinning Monkeys” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Unicorns Illustration from: S. Bochart: Hierozoicon, sive Bipertitum opus de animalibus Sacrae Scripturae .. de animalibus in genere. Et de quadrupedibus
Featured Image: L0001820 Unicorn.
Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images
The historie of foure-footed beastes
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