The unicorn is known as a mythical creature. Its marvellous origin is not known and one find (or searches) explanation in the Greek, Chinese and Indian mythology.
Other attempts to explain are of biological background: Small games, cows, and goats with only one horn, or the  rhinoceros (unicornus) which was unknown in Europe for a long time were meant to be the origin. Within the years the appearance of a unicorn became more horse-like.

However, in fairytales, legends and fables the unicorn is always meant for the Good: It is good, innocent, mighty and guardian of nature and virtue. It gets hunted by selfish hunter which want to abuse the mighty for their bad purpose and to stop the good in the world. But solely a virgin is able tame the unicorn.
Just the fairytale "The Valiant Little Tailor" by the Brothers Grimm tells about a unicorn living in the woods causing damages. It gets caught by a man - the tailor who then gets the king's daughter as his wife.
The fantasy novel "The last Unicorn" by Peter S. Beagle was publiched in 1968, but not produced as a cartoon before 1982. The last unicorn did hear about other unicorns still existing and wants to find them. Of cousre it has to withstand a lot of danger before being successful.

No matter which story is being told: It arises from our imagination - and this without any limits.
Immerse yourself into the fabulous world of stories, take a deep look into the unicorn's clear blue eyes, caress the soft fur and the silky mane and fly away on a journey to legendary creatures, elves, and fairies.

Height: 36 cm (~ 14.5")
Colour: White
Filling: Hollow core fibres
Manufacturer: Kösener Spielzeug Manufaktur, Germany

The proceed of this sales will be donated to a children's charity organisation.


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