How to tell the difference between unicorn horns and antelope horn
You may think that antelope and unicorn horns look identical, but the truth is they aren’t.
Unicorn horns are a little more pronounced, while antelope have horns that are more like a goat’s.
It may be hard to tell between the two, but that’s okay because you can get the real thing by using the unicorn horn.
(That said, the unicorn horns on display at the California State Fair don’t come close to the antelope’s horn.)
Find out how to tell if you’re seeing a unicorn horn or a goat horn.
Antelope horns come in many colors, shapes, and sizes.
They come in white, black, blue, yellow, purple, red, and pink.
They also come in a variety of sizes, from the tiny to the big.
Here are some of the biggest and most impressive antelope heads we’ve ever seen.
Antebellum horns, the horns of the antebellums, are often thought of as being very hard.
They’re made of bone, and they have a sharp point on the end.
The point is also used to pierce a snake’s head, and to pry open a bird’s beak.
Anteater antelope, also known as the black antelope or the black-footed antelope.
The black-headed antelope is an extinct species of antelope found in Africa.
It was once a small, medium-sized, or large antelope that roamed the savannahs of Africa, but it has been extinct for millions of years.
The antelope has long been used to describe the giant antelope (or rhino), and it has often been used as an animal classification.
In ancient times, the term antelope was used to mean a small-sized animal.
In addition to being named for the antelopes horn, antelope was also a common name for a smaller-sized elephant, rhinoceros, or hippopotamus.
Antelopes are not just used to classify animals, but they’re also used as names for humans, which is why they’re often referred to as “anatomy students.”
They’re often called “tongue-in-cheek” or “tongs” because they use words to describe things that other animals don’t.