MAGICAL: Real Life Unicorn Deer Killed In Slovenia

November 14, 2014


This is the skull of a 'unicorn' roe deer killed by a hunter in Slovenia. Apparently the deer had a rare deformity caused by an early injury that made both antlers grow together into a single massive corn. Obviously, I need that corn to brew some of my most powerful magic potions. Some tears would have been nice too.

Thanks to BehindYou, who, OH GOD YOU SCARED ME.

  • fish man

    I can't wait until antler binding becomes a practice for high-end slouveniars

  • shashi
  • shashi

    i retract my previous claim, although im still sceptical:

    "Roe bucks have been recorded with coalesced antlers (see right), where the main beams merge into a single thick mass; they are shed as a single unit. Coalescence seems to be the result of larger, thicker pedicles being situated closer together than normal; in his 1995 book, Prior notes that this condition may be more common in elderly bucks, as the pedicles thicken and shorten with successive antler castings." Source

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    It is possible to fabricate unicorn bulls and goats by a small procedure when they are young.

  • Jenness

    I love the fact that they must have took the skin off so some wealthy Eastern European can wear a unicorn coat. *wipes the capitalistic tears away*

  • Palpable Ovaltine

    I wonder if this deer would have killed other males during fights. It looks like his antler might go through the antler defenses of other males.

  • adfasdfadfs

    would have been nice to see a unicorn with the skin still on...

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Not the same but still

  • Fred

    But the skin is the best bit. Tastes like popcorn.

  • Guest

    you keep calling the antler "corn"

  • Palpable Ovaltine


  • Guest

    Equidae and cervidae are both ruminants, but I wouldn't say they are in the same family... Darn it!

  • Prosy

    Can any of you photoshop this to an actual deer? I think it would be a cool addition to this article.

  • Fred

    Actually I was thinking of making the horn blue and adding stars. Somehow a wizard deer just seems natural to me...

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