That the unicorn population has been in a constant decline is nothing new, but what most people don't know is that some of its frailer subspecies are pretty much extinct already. Such is the case of the Woolly Unicorn. Native to the colder northern regions of Europe, this peculiar subspecies numbers has decrease to a meager fraction of what it once was and most researchers agree that they may have already passed the point of no return. This woolly creatures are far too adapted to their habitats and respond extremely badly to relocation or captivity. The constant rise of the world temperature and the ever expanding human cities have reduced the Woolly Unicorn's habitat to drastically, causing famine and conflicts to escalate among them. These once proud creatures are now but walking ghosts, biding their time until they disappear forever. Another sad reminder of the consequences of our actions.