Residents asked to call hotline with sightings! Newswire.ca posted: Rumoured Unicorn Sighting Reported In Don Valley
While other rare creatures have been discovered in the past few years, it’s usually in little explored areas.
What do you think ?
Peter Hickey-Jones, a local bird watcher, shot the following video and brought it to the Ontario Science Centre for analysis by experts. The video shows what appears to be a white horse with a single horn on its head entering the trees in the Don Valley wetland.
Hickey-Jones explained,“I was trying to film a pileated woodpecker when I saw what looked like a bright white horse in the distance. When I got a little closer, I noticed the horn on its head. I’m not one to jump to conclusions but I’m certain beyond the shadow of a doubt that what I saw was a unicorn. I’m just glad I got it on film.” (quote from HERE)
Advisory The Science Centre advises: use caution if you think you see a unicorn. Do not make any sudden movements or attempt to use flash photography. Although legends of unicorns state that they are peaceful creatures, scientists are concerned they may harm themselves or others if they end up on a road or highway.
The Science Centre is reviewing the footage frame-by-frame hoping to establish whether or not a genuine unicorn sighting has occurred, and thereby determine the legitimacy of Hickey-Jones’ claim.
Hotline:416-696-3260 is the emergency unicorn hotline set up by The Ontario Science Centre for further unicorn information, or to report any unusual or questionable sightings.
Unicorn Facts (?) via News Wire.ca
- Unicorns prefer to remain unseen and tend to avoid eye contact with humans
- Unicorns are known in European cultures as being fiercely beautiful creatures whose horns have curative properties
- An Asian unicorn, described as being a scaly coated body of a deer with a flesh covered horn, was last seen by the Chinese philosopher Confucius
- The 1620 edition of Historiae Animalium, a book describing all the animals living on Earth, included a description of unicorns
Hmm.. Did you know the Ontario Science Centre Mythic beasts exhibit opens Saturday?