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Fossils of a prehistoric creature called the Siberian Unicorn, or Elasmotherium sibiricum, have been found in the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan. Most depictions of this animal show it looking kind of like a cross between a rhinoceros and a donkey rather than a noble horse.
via Heinrich Harder via copyrightexpired
Though the Siberian Unicorn is decidedly less majestic than you might expect, this find is still pretty big news. Scientists thought that the species died out at least 350,000 years ago but that's not the case. These new fossils place it at around 29,000 years ago according to a study published in the American Journal of Applied Sciences.