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Term: Bicorn

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A mythical animal that is a unicorn (famous for its unique single horn, jutting from its head) with two horns. It is believed to become fate due to its diet of kind and devoted husbands. It is also known as a "burrowing bicorn," as when it is chased it will quickly burrow into the ground. If captured, however, it is impossible to prove it is a bicorn because it will drop its horns just as some animals can drop their tails.

The female version of the bicorn is the Chichevache. Unlike the bicorn, it only eats obedient wives. Therefore, it is starving and emaciated.

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