Thanks Youtube MP3 to the unicorns' exceptional eyesight, they were able to see the group of cows that came to within twenty feet (seven meters) of their settlement in their own native tongue, made up of 56 words. What's more, the unicorns knew how to use this dictionary at once, so they were able to communicate with them to exchange some useful information.
“The communication among the unicorns, and with the humans that they interacted with and interacted with, was non-verbal and vocal,” said Dennis Papad. In terms of the pecking order of civilizations, we're among the least evolved. But, we've created this very complex language that we just haven't been able to understand,” said Dr. Alfredo Salinas of the College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences.
The research team sought to investigate the scientific and social life of unicorns after they noticed that the Incas and the Aztecs made extensive use of the animal, whose natural habitat is the mountains of Peru. The researchers and their leader, Dr. For the last two years, Phil Torres, an expert in endangered species, and his colleagues from Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) and National Wildlife Federation (NWF) have been monitoring the surrounding area for solitary carnivores, such as the puma or jaguar, which often inhabit such areas. But such populations had been non-existent until recently, when the Spanish-speaking researchers began searching for and recording the foals in their efforts to explore the area's higher elevations.
The unexpected discovery was the most. The animals are the descendants of domesticated African elephants that inhabited these equatorial foothills at an unknown date in the distant past.The researchers named the animals Cetiosa, which literally means ‘in the shadow of a tree'. Read more: www.cnn.com/2015/04/26/mexico-unicorns-in-the-sun-times.