By Steve MarcusPublished November 16, 2017 11:12:24Tensions between humans and unicorns are running high.
In one video posted to YouTube, a man with a backpack in hand and a unicorn horn on his head is seen standing in a field.
He starts walking toward the unicorn.
As he is walking, a group of men can be heard asking, “Are you a unicorn?”
The man says yes, saying “No” before they leave.
In another video posted by another YouTube user, a woman, holding a unicorn in her hands, is seen walking in a rural field, her horn pointing towards the camera.
The man with the backpack is also seen holding the horn.
In both videos, the horn is visible.
What’s in store for humans and unicorn hunting?
Here’s what’s planned for this week: This week, two men with unicorn horns will be spotted in North Dakota, the Dakotas state capital.
They will be driving down Highway 41, according to the Associated Press, when they will stop at a farm to gather information about the unicorn and its horn.
They will then drive off, according the AP.
What will happen to the unicorn horn if it’s found?
If you see a horn, do not chase.
It may be in a good spot to find the animal, but the animal may have already fled.
If you can find the horn, you will get a good deal of compensation.
You will be responsible for taking it to a veterinarian or someone to take care of it.
The animal may be put down and you will be covered under your insurance, but you will have to keep it for the foreseeable future.
Should I leave my horn behind?
If the horn was not found and you want to take it back, you can do so.