Saturday, December 1, 2012

North Korea: Researchers Find 'Unicorn Lair'

The world is stunned by the totalitarian state's declaration that experts have found the spot where an ancient king kept unicorn.

North Korea has raised eyebrows around the world by announcing that researchers have proved the existence of the unicorn.

The official state news agency says archaeologists "reconfirmed" the existence of a "unicorn lair" in Pyongyang, once used by an ancient Korean king.

The Korean Central News Agency reports that archaeologists made the extraordinary discovery when they spotted a rectangular rock carved with the words "unicorn lair" 200m from the city's Yongmyong temple.