A Dualcorn (from the Latin words duo meaning ‘two’ and ‘cornu’ meaning horns) is an animal that lives in the Amazon Rainforest. This animal has two horns on top of its head that it uses to spear and kill its food; but, the horns can also emit poisonous gas to fend off predators. The Dualcorn is believed to have originated from Bolivia, and this animal can be found in many areas of South America as well. The Dualcorn is a descendent of the Unicorn and Tricorn; this species is also very family orientated and can become violent if threatened. The animal carries its baby in its belly for 5 months, then the baby’s horns tear through the mother’s belly, and thus the delivery is complete. The mother doesn’t bleed blood after or during birth, but she does produce a purple slimy goo; the goo is used for instantaneous healing after she is afflicted with any injury. The Dualcorn is a vegetarian and only eats vegetation that grows in the jungle. Unfortunately, it’s nearly impossible to tame this animal because they can become very violent, and may even emit their deadly gases involuntarily when they’re scared, or feel threatened. The Dualcorn has been dated back to the early 1700s, it’s one the oldest animal in the world. Since this animal doesn’t desire human contact, it often tries to hide in bushes and other objects to escape detection. In all of history, there have only been two confirmed sightings (observations) of the Dualcorn; therefore, the data obtained is still very tentative.
Authored by: Melissa Woods