The cloud unicorn by Anabelle

The cloud unicorn is a beautiful creature but they can be very protective with their eggs. If one of their children or eggs are attacked then they can be very vicious. If you are lucky then you see a cloud unicorn and realise how beautiful they are. If you do see a cloud unicorn then it is unlikely that you will ever see anything more beautiful in your life!


Cloud unicorns have a shimmering silver horn, a pale white body and huge soft, feathery wings. Their eggs are baby blue and are about 18 and a half centimetres. Baby cloud unicorns have wings but they are to small to fly. A fully grown Cloud unicorns wings can be 1 and a half meters long but sometimes (depending on the unicorn size) they can be 2 m. It has beautiful pale blue eyes and it’s hooves glitter in the sunlight. A cloud unicorns mane and their tail are a very light blue and are made of clouds.


The main habitat for the cloud unicorn is above the clouds. They are rarely seen living on the ground but some have been spotted in beach caves. They find big clouds and then sleep inside them. In winter there are fights for the best clouds to lay their eggs. They are dangerous but they are magnificent to watch.


The main food that these extraordinary creatures eat are clouds. If they didn’t eat clouds then first they would lose their wings and then they will turn to stone. Cloud unicorns also drink raindrops but many people believe that these are not normal raindrops. Curiously, they have to take raindrops on clouds and if they drink raindrops that have already fallen from the clouds are they get very ill. Scientists are still unable to explain the reason for this.

Life cycle

Most cloud unicorns can live up to 100 years but sometimes they can live longer. People used to see cloud unicorns and their eggs every day but unfortunately people have been hunting them for the horns and hooves. The eggs take about 6 months and 19 days to hatch. They lay their eggs in hot and cold temperatures. These places are mostly under sand and in beach caves. Unfortunately, these eggs are being stolen and sold but they are then not in the right temperature so the eggs will sadly not survive.

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