Unicorns existed, but climate change killed them
New research in 2007 Ecology and evolution of nature reveals that 7,700 pounds wrinkles, also known as the "Siberian Uniaxia", still stood around Eurasia 39,000 years ago. Earlier, paleontologists believed that an animal that had spawned one three-foot-long horn died about 200,000 years ago. But the amino acid extraction procedure has been approved Elasmotherium sibiricum lived much later, and the fluctuating temperature of the pleistocene in the ice age – not mind-human hunters – was to blame for its death. Only five of the 250 known rhino species still exist.