Have you read a lot about unicorns, and even consider yourself a unicorn expert? But how much do you really know about unicorns? Test your unicorn knowledge with this fun unicorn quiz! Just answer the 7 questions on the unicorn quiz, and find out 7 amazing unicorn facts.
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After taking the unicorn quiz, read today´s post and learn more about the 7 amazing unicorn facts! These are not the most common unicorn facts, and they will take your unicorn knowledge to a new level.
Test Your Unicorn Knowledge
How much do you really know about unicorns? Test yourself with this unicorn quiz!
Test Your Unicorn Knowledge
Where are unicorns born?
What is a baby unicorn called?
At what age do unicorns gain their magic?
Which one of the following unicorns DO NOT need to survive?
How many unicorns are able to speak?
Which country or area has the highest unicorn population?
Which one of the following was a real prehistoric animal?
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1. Unicorns Are Born In Stardust.
According to Madeline Swanson´s book Unicorn Secrets: 30 Magical Secrets of Raina the Unicorn, “unicorns are made when stardust combines with river mist and light of the rainbow”. This doesn’t happen very often.
Monoceros means ‘unicorn’ in Greek. Monoceros can be seen in the night sky on both Northern and Southern Hemisphere of the Earth, so it can be seen all over the world.
2. A Unicorn Baby Is Called A Sparkle.
A baby unicorn is called a sparkle. When a unicorn is born, there is a magic trail left after the new unicorn.
Common places for unicorns to be born are waterfalls; the river mist and rainbows needed for making new unicorns are there.
3. Unicorns Gain Most Of Their Magic On Their 5th Birthday.
You might think unicorns are born with all the magical powers they have, but that´s not the case. Are humans born with all the abilities we have as grown-ups?
No, we´re not. Human babies can´t speak or walk, and neither can unicorn babies make much magic. The older the unicorn, the stronger its magical powers.
Unicorn babies can only make their coats shine and their horns glow a little. On its 5th unicorn, a unicorn returns to its place of birth with its family. Then, when the night falls, Monoceros gives the little unicorn its magical powers as a 5th birthday present.
4. Unicorns Don´t Need Food To Survive.
This might be a little surprising, but unicorns don’t need food to survive. They do need sunlight and their horns. In fact, they absorb energy from sunlight trough their horns. It is like photosynthesis, which plants use in order to get energy.
Obviously, unicorns are not plants, but they are magical animals. They have magical abilities, such as an ability to survive without food.
Even though unicorns don´t need food to survive, it doesn’t mean they don’t eat. Unicorns love food! They eat horse food, like oats, grass, flowers and hay.
Unicorns also eat human foods, and they are very fond of sweets. Rainbows are one of the things unicorns eat for fun.
Read more about unicorn´s diet on this post.
5. One In Four Unicorns Can Speak.
Unicorns can understand any human language, so you can speak to a unicorn in your own native language. However, only one in hour unicorns can speak in human languages.
The majority of unicorns, that cannot speak, use telepathy for speaking to a human they are bonded with.
When communicating with a human a unicorn is not bonded with, a unicorn can send just emotions instead of thoughts. Unicorns can also nod their heads yes and no.
6. Scotland Has The Biggest Unicorn Population In The World.
Scotland is probably the most unicorn friendly country or area in the world. Unicorn is the national animal of Scotland, and they even have a national unicorn day on April 9th. Being a very unicorn friendly place, Scotland has the biggest unicorn population in the world.
The landscape of Scotland is so beautiful and magical, it is easy to understand why unicorns love it there. There are rivers and lakes in the highlands, creating river mist.
Combined with rainbows and stardust, the river mist makes the circumstances right for unicorns to be born. The wild and untamed nature of Scotland is an ideal place for unicorns to be born, and they love it in such a beautiful natural environment.
7. Siberian Unicorn Was A Real Animal – It Just May Not Look Like You Expect.
Siberian unicorn, Elasmotherium sibericum, was a gigantic animal, that lived on Earth up to until 35 000 years ago. Siberian unicorn looked more like a rhino than a horse, but it had a horn on its forehead. Rhinos have a horn-like feature on their noses.
Because of the horn on its forehead like a unicorn, the Siberian unicorn is called, well, a unicorn.
Read more about the Siberian unicorn and other unicorn findings here.
7 Amazing Unicorn Facts – How Did You Do In The Unicorn Quiz?
These were the 7 amazing unicorn facts I wanted to share with you. Unicorns are born in stardust, actually when stardust from Monoceros constellation mixes with river mist and light of the rainbow.
A unicorn baby, sparkle, is born with only a little bit of magic. On its 5th birthday, a unicorn returns to its place of birth with its parents. At nightfall, Monoceros gives the little unicorn its magic.
Isn’t it peculiar, that unicorns don’t need food to survive? They get their energy directly from sunlight through their horns. Unicorns do enjoy eating, though, and they eat all kinds of foods.
Did you know only one in four unicorns can speak in human languages? All unicorns can understand any human language, though. The unicorns that can’t speak use telepathy for speaking to a human.
Scotland is the most unicorn friendly place on Earth, and the unicorn population of Scotland is the highest in the world. Unicorns love the magical highlands of Scotland.
Have you heard of the Siberian unicorn before? It was a prehistoric animal living in the Ice Age. Actually, the Siberian unicorn looked more like a rhino than a typical unicorn.
So, how did you do in the unicorn quiz? Did any of these unicorn facts surprise you? Please share in the comment section below!
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