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  1.  Unicorn is probably the most widely used mythical creatures that appear to exist in many culture. In the West, unicorn is usually portrayed being a slender, white beautiful horse having a spiralling horn on its forehead. Unicorns appear simply to the pure in mind in accordance with the some legend, be considered why very few people have seen one. Although behavior and look with the unicorn differs based on the location, it turned out usually considered untamable and wild under western culture, during the Orient it was gentle, peaceful, meek and reported to be the bringer of fine luck.
  4.  In the western world the unicorn was first mentioned with a Greek physician and historian of Persia and India, Ctesias, in 398 BC. In accordance with him, unicorns lived in India. Ctesias described the creatures as "wild asses that happen to be as huge as a horse, as well as bigger. Their heads are dark red, their health are white and their eyes are dark blue. The horn on their forehead is fairly long, about half-a-meter long". the horn have also been referred to as white with the base, darkish or black in the center with a red, sharp tip. People belief that the horn possesses healing abilities. It became quite fashionable amongst royalty and nobility in the Middle Ages to possess a drinking cup created from the horn of unicorn as it was designed to detect poison. The animal appears to be a combination of a Himalayan antelope, Indian rhinoceros and also the wild ass.
  5.  In China, their unicorn is called as Qilin or Chilin/ Kilin. The Chinese unicorn is undoubtedly one of the four sacred beasts: Qilin, Phoenix, Dragon along with the Tortoise. Qilin can be thought to be a creature of great power and wisdom. Its appearance was always considered a sign of best of luck. Men and women believe Qilin are only able to appear back then when there is an intelligent and sort ruler or during the time when these great leaders is getting ready to die or becoming born.
  6.  Under western culture, unicorn is a indication of strength, agility, endurance, wisdom, perseverance and playfulness. It is also represents hope, purity, grace and love. When it's in China, this sacred creature is often a symbol of good luck, protection and wisdom.
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