The Horse and the Antelope

by Jim
(New Jersey)

It was a dark day, and the Inuktituk people were not impressed with the lack of antelope to feed their families. They did not have alot to begin with since the cold winter started. Nekit a young man of small intelligence only had a wild stallion to his families name.

Kato a girl from the tribe decided to give Nekit her antelope to breed with the horse. If the Horse make young, we have more food said tribal chief Big Chi. In only months the land was repopulated with a species of winter hanterslope. It was a white horse with an antelopes horn from the top of its head. Unicornua they called them. And that is how Unicorn myths came to be.

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