Does this mean all are dreams will come true?
Farmer Jia Kebing noticed a small bump on this cow’s forehead when it was born two years ago but didn’t expect it to grow into a 20cm (8in) horn…
‘My farm is famous in this region for this cow and people come in here just to see it,’ said Mr Jia from Baoding in nothern China’s Hebei province.
There is apparently some debate over whether the three-horned cow is a “true unicorn,” though not for the reasons you’d expect (i.e. it has three horns). LA-based “supernatural survivorologist” Seth Greening told AOL,
To know for sure if it is a true unicorn, one would have to talk to the crowds who have touched Mr. Jia’s cow and document how many conditions were healed, how many guilty parties identified, how many virginities restored, etc.