In parts of Asia, "unicorns" really do exist.
At least in theory.
Environmentalists are jubilant after cameras in a remote Vietnam forest captured the first pictures of a live saola in 14 years, the World Wildlife Federation announced last week.
While they actually have two horns and not one, saolas are known as "Asian unicorns" because humans seldom see the horned creatures.
The sighting suggests that conservation efforts to protest the endangered animal are working.
"These are the most important wild animal photographs taken in Asia, and perhaps the world, in at least the past decade," William Robichaud, coordinator of the Saola Working Group of the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Species Survival Commission, said in a World Wildlife Fund press release.