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Unicorns eat glitter because WHAT ELSE ARE THEY SUPPOSED TO EAT? And not only that, but they do it with a Scottish accent! (Google "Scotland's National Animal" to get the joke...)

Unicorns eat glitter and cotton candy! I wish i were a unicorn so i could eat glitter.

Scotlands National Animal Emblems

National Animal Emblems

Did you know the unicorn is Scotland's national animal?! These cute Origami Unicorn earrings by Hug a Porcupine feature a couple of handsome white unicorns with a shiny horn and pastel blue mane. The adorable design is inspired by the Japanese art of origami. The Origami Unicorn Stud Earrings measure 1.5 by 1.45cm

Did you know the unicorn is Scotland's national animal?! These cute Origami Unicorn earrings by Hug a Porcupine feature a couple of handsome white unicorns with a shiny horn and pastel blue mane. The adorable design is inspired by the Japanese art of origami. The Origami Unicorn Stud Earrings measure 1.5 by 1.45cm

The national animal of Scotland is the Unicorn.

The national animal of Scotland is the Unicorn.

Actually, that title is slightly misleading. The unicorn is one of the two national animals, along with the Red Lion. The unicorn, despite being fictional, was already being shown as a symbol of the Scottish royal family in the 1400s.

Actually, that title is slightly misleading. The unicorn is ONE of the two national animals, along with the Red Lion. The unicorn, despite being fictional, was already being shown as a symbol of the Scottish royal family in the

I've just drew Scotland riding an Unicorn <as it is Scotland's national animal> .. Maybe I should post something originally mine...

I've just drew Scotland riding an Unicorn <as it is Scotland's national animal> . Maybe I should post something originally mine.

Unicorn, Scotland's national animal

Unicorns and Unicorn Mythology

Scotland's national animal is a unicorn.

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In Western parts of the world the unicorn was believed to be real for around 2500 years and was adopted as Scotlands national animal by King Robert in the late 1300s.

In Western parts of the world the unicorn was believed to be real for around 2500 years and was adopted as Scotlands national animal by King Robert in the late