The video is being examined by the experts at the Ontario Science Centre, where it is reviewing the footage frame-by-frame to determine whether the video is genuine.
However this seems to be nothing more than a publicity stunt by the Ontario Science Centre itself, which has an upcoming exhibit about mythical creatures beginning October 9th.
The Ontario Science Centre is asking people to use caution if they see a unicorn and not to make any sudden movements or use flash photography. The OSC has even setup an Unicorn Hotline # at 416-696-3260 for people to report unicorn sightings... which is probably a clever ploy to invite people to visit their mythical creatures exhibit.
Unicorn Facts / Beliefs
Unicorns avoid contact with humans and prefer to remain unseen.
Unicorns myths are more common in European cultures.
Unicorn horns are believed to have curative properties.
The Asian unicorn, described as being scaly coated with the body of a deer and a flesh covered horn, was claimed to have been seen by the Chinese philosopher Confucius.
The 1620 edition of Historiae Animalium, a book describing all the animals living on Earth, includes a description of unicorns.