Starlene Smith

Elasmotherium (The Siberian Unicorn)


She was Fighter.

She was loveable, loyal and overall perfect. Standing at 6ft tall and 15 ft long she was a king in her village and someone who will be very very missed. She has been gone for 29,000 years but no one will get over her death. No one knows how she died but maybe with further reasearch we can figure out her cause of death.

Daily life

Starlenes daily life consisted with eating sleeping pooping and roaming. One of her favorite foods was grass. She could eat grass all day it was her absolute favorite. It had a horn which was very sharp and dangerous.

Siblings

Starlene was biologically related to horses and rhinoceroses. Her relatives are still here today. When Starlene was born her parents ran away and left her. The smiths adopted her overseas. Her best friends were Merlin The megalodon Smith and Hubert Smith. They were always there for her and got her through everything in life.

How she died

She has been gone for 29,000 years. No one knows how she died but maybe with further research we can figure out her cause of death. She lived in the Cenozoic Era and the Neogene period. No one will ever forget her death she will be very very missed.
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Works Cited

"Elasmotherium." Elasmotherium. Web. 13 Apr. 2016.

"Real 'Siberian Unicorn' Remains Found." CNN. Cable News Network. Web. 11 Apr. 2016.

Noskova, N.G. (2001). "Elasmotherians – evolution, distribution and ecology". In Cavarretta, G.; Gioia, P.; Mussi, M.; et al. Roma: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche. pp. 126–128.