#AtoZchallenge : Unicorn

#AtoZChallenge 2019 Tenth Anniversary blogging from A to Z challenge letter

Unicorns are very mysterious things, and I for one have some questions:

  1. where do they live
  2. what do they eat
  3. where do they sleep
  4. how many babies do they have
  5. how do they have babies
  6. what animals are they a combination of
  7. do they really poop glitter
  8. any natural enemies other than disbelief and doubt
  9. do they get along with other animals
  10. do they live alone or in a group
  11. what is a group of unicorns called
  12. are there unicorn breeders
  13. Can you get miniature unicorns like you can get miniature horses?

You can all tell it’s coming to the end of this challenge, my brain is slowly running out of ideas and stamina. Only 5 more days! We can do this!

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5 thoughts on “#AtoZchallenge : Unicorn

  1. where do they live – in the deep forests of Europe
    what do they eat – magical moss and fairy dust
    where do they sleep – moonlit glades
    how many babies do they have – one per century, but only if they want to
    how do they have babies – the regular way! Only cleaner.
    what animals are they a combination of – no combination, they are their own thing
    do they really poop glitter – yes
    any natural enemies other than disbelief and doubt – Voldemort
    do they get along with other animals – they tend to be too shy, so that isn’t known
    do they live alone or in a group – solo except the rare breeding time
    what is a group of unicorns called – they don’t gather in groups, so it would be called “fake”
    are there unicorn breeders – don’t be silly, of course not! They are magical forest dwellers. Take them out of their magical realm and they turn into dingy grey horses.
    can you get miniature unicorns like you can get miniature horses? – No. If you see a small unicorn, it’s a baby, and very rare. Or a fake.

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