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Tamed passively Which means sneak up behind it and feed it a carrot then jump on very quickly. Every time you get kicked off will reduced to levels gained during the tame.
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Until now, our knowledge of the unicorn Elasmotherium sibiricum has been stymied because of the lack of fossil record. Only a few fragmented bones have been recovered, and apart from revealing the size of the beast - around 3. For example, part of a skull that was described in a paper was radiocarbon dated up to 29, years ago, but because there was so little collagen, the result was considered unreliable.
So an international team of researchers collected 23 Siberian unicorn bone specimens and subjected them to radiocarbon dating, to see if they could recover DNA and find out more about the Siberian unicorn and its time on Earth. By this time, humans had started populating the steppe of Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and Northern China. At around the same time, other animals in the area that ate grass started to switch their diets to herbs, shrubs and whatever other vegetation they could sink their teeth into, but not the Siberian unicorn.
It kept on munching on grass, even as, the researchers believe, encroaching permafrost killed it off. There's question of whether it could even lift its head at all!