Surely this is a Duocorn, as it has two horns. I mean, who decided it was a Unicorn? It's just a rare deer! It's not even a damned horse!
Do I really have to send you a copy of the Monster Manual?
A unfeasibly rare two-horned "unicorn" has been sighted for the first time in ten years in the remote mountain forests of the Far East. Unfortunately the creature was captured by local villagers and died before international unicorn boffins could reach the scene. The rare saola (or 'unicorn') of the Annamite mountains. Credit …
Most of the recent revelations of new/rare species are being made by foreign scientists and biologists in Southeast Asia. The local population are more pragmatic - is it good for eating or on the end of a chain for tourists to gawk at?
VietNam's wilder jungles have revealed rare monkey species, heretofore unknown frogs, snakes and plants. There are German research groups permanently based in Ha Long Bay.
Laos, being about 30 years behind VietNam in development , also suffers from near war-like conditions between the Laos military and the indigenous H'Mong tribes, many of whom have been forced to live a nomadic life in the forests. See: < http://c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000qrUDnpQSM2Q/s >, < http://www.spkhousing.com/Images/HmongResistanceCamp.jpg >. There some pictures of extreme violence but most people have trouble viewing them.
Hopefully the next time a rare saola is seen the Laotians will get the experts involved first, which risks military antagonism..
... of the time when I was sitting in a SUSE Linux presentation and the presenter changed his settings so that one could alt-tab (or whatever -- solder wires together perhaps?) using an "8-sided cube".
(Amazing what these Lunix people will do to promote their product. Even their cube is better than the Windows one).
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