Scotland has a bit of a complex when it comes to its national animal, the unicorn. A lot of people think that Scotland’s national animal is the unicorn because they were told in school that it was. But if you actually ask someone who lives there or grew up there, they’ll tell you that the real national animal is the lion.
Why is this? Well, the unicorn has a very long history in Scotland.
It’s been used in Scottish heraldry since the 12th century, and it was even on the royal coat of arms until 1603. The unicorn is also a popular symbol for Scotland because it’s said to be a creature that only Scotland can claim to have.
It’s also said that the unicorn was first seen in Scotland by St Columba, who saw it on the banks of the River Ness.
The unicorn is a very popular Scottish symbol, and you can see it all over Scotland. It’s a very unique animal, and I think it deserves to be protected.”It’s a shame that people don’t realize that the unicorn is actually a very endangered species.”I’ve seen the unicorn population dwindle over the years, and I’m not sure if it’s just because of people who are using them for commercial purposes. But we need to do something about it. It’s a very unique animal, and it deserves to be protected.”