Aww, too bad it's a fake and a bad one at that. The gait is all wrong almost make it look like it's floating. I think of some 'ancient' evidence
to be more of a narwhal horn found next to a horse or horse skeleton, or even attached, either that or a genetic horn growth disorder(keratin hair or
nails). The fakes always look too perfect, horn wise, IMO.
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