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The Volcana Horned Horse

The Volcana Horned Horse

 

The unicorn is a wide species which has many breeds, ranging from the strong rock pegasus to the amazing moon unicorn but one of the most fascinating breeds ever recorded is the Volcana horned horse. Many unicorns are beautiful and passive but this one is quite the opposite.

 

This wild stallion, which lives at the base of volcanoes, builds and lives in caves of ash and rock, hiding it’s young in tiny pods and feeding them milk. Intelligently, they only chose volcanoes on islands as less creatures try to hunt their young. They help the sea unicorn by scaring off land predators that might prey on them and the sea unicorn returns the favour by watching over their young while they are gone.

 

If you tried to spot one, you wouldn’t be very successful because they would hear you coming and would camouflage themselves to look like their surroundings. However, a few lucky people have managed to spot them. They have a blackish red battle horn, a flowing, lava like mane and 3 blood red eyes like strawberries of death. It also has a magma shooting fang, strong hooves and a spiky, bristly tail like a wrecking ball that cuts as well as whacks.

 

The Volcana horned horse only has a few things it eats, which are only there every decade! It must therefore store the food and only use it when most needed. Almost all of these wonderful beasts eat the island phoenices and their eggs which come to roost in palm trees. However, the minority are a strange cross-breed between the Volcana horned horse and the rock pegasus which hunts zebras, deers and the like.

 

Many people believe that it’s blood is lava. However, this is yet to be proven. They can be seen bathing in volcanoes to attract the attention of females. They sometimes drink from the volcanoes as well. This is why volcanoes seem dormant. They are also seen as buddies with the rock pegasus so as a duo they are unkillable.

 

If you ever spot one that is not anywhere near a volcano then call the MCCC* immediately and do not move. Keep your eyes on it otherwise it might disappear. Then wait until they safely secure, contain and protect this animal. It’s current conservation status is near threatened so try to protect it. If you are interested then please contact the MCCC.

 

*Magical Creature Control Centre

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