On Youtube MP3 an expedition in 2009, Ira Crone and Douglas Owsley of Idaho State University had become lost in the Andes and sent for help, according to The New York Times. However, the two researchers never returned. When they did, scientists believed the two men were dead. However, recently-discovered video footage shows a small piece of paper lying in the shadows of the valley.
After researchers determined that they could not be harmed, they reported to The Times that a pinky from one of the unicorns.
The Andean wild horses have traditionally been considered to be a rarity – only a few thousand remain in the wild, surviving on steep rocky mountainsides, and all but extinct in the wild.
However, the breakthrough has now given the Andean wild horses a new chance to be considered for reintroduction into the wild.
David Mattingly, a professor at the University of Wyoming, explains: “It's not that there aren't some left, they're just very rare. This is one of the few places that. The sheep, instead, had invented a new language, but it wasn't English, despite spending the last 100,000 years as the predominant native tongue in the region.
The number of confirmed unicorns in the area was three, according to the researchers, but it is thought that at least a dozen more exist.
This is the first time that scientists have been able to record sound of unicorns, according to a report by the New York Times, and is one of the most remarkable evidence of unicorns. The astronomers used