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The Mermaid and the Magic Unicorn

A myth submitted to the site by Harriet And Emily

Epworth, England

Once upon a time a few decades ago the lived a water unicorn and it met a mermaid called Liv. They went on adventures together and met a under water troll called Yakob. He was very very mean he stabed the magic unicorn. The mermaid was very very sad.

One day about 11 years later the mermaid met a magic unicorn, then found out that it was the same unicorn and they were very very happy. Then came along Livs best freind who was called Ella. And then they all lived happily ever after in a magical under water world.

THE END !!!!!

By Harriet And Emily
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Name: Vivi 8th January 2018
This is quite short but also good!
Name: Star 7th June 2014
Why is it so short?
Name: B 13th May 2014
I just read this story after searching,\"\'when the unicorn met the mermaid\".
I was surprised to find a story, or legend relating this magical moment. Awesome.
Thanx for sharing!
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