“Ancient Unicorn fossils” Found by An Expert in Archaeology

An expert in archaeology found “ancient Unicorn fossils” in a lonesome area of the Scottish Highlands:

An expert in archaeology reported that they find a fossil what they could be believed to be “ancient Unicorn fossils” in a lonesome region of the Scottish Highlands.

The , as further digging the area is planned.

The unicorn fossil is a beautiful creature that has been described since antiquity as a beast with a single huge, pointed, spiraling horn from its forehead.

The unicorn fossils was illustrated in ancient seals of the Indus Valley Civilization and was specified by the ancient Greeks in the accounts of natural history. The Book of Bible also represent an animal, the re’em, is an animal mentioned nine times in the Hebrew Bible. It has been translated as “unicorn” in the King James Version, which some versions translate as unicorn. Unicorns have long been associated with Scottish history, and are one of its national animals Scotland. The royal coat of arms of the UK features as Unicorn.

“Ancient Unicorn fossils” Found by An Expert in Archaeology

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8 times unicorns fossil were quoted in the bible:

Unicorns fossils  are a mythological creature, no more real than dragons, which accidentally mentioned in the Bible. But what we make to this? With so many references to the beast, could the unicorn exist on the Planet?

Most of the experts are disagreed by the quote, and they also said that the original manuscripts should not lead us to believe. The source text for each of these references gives by the Hebrew “re’em,” which the Jewish Encyclopedia describes as “a wild, untamable animal of great strength and agility, with mighty horns”. If this like less a unicorn and more like to a rhinoceros, that’s because of  many scholars believe these beast more likely  to the African mammal.

“Ancient Unicorn fossils” Found by An Expert in Archaeology

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