How much research has been done on the himehorns biology? Given how genetically similar they seem to be I would imagine they would make for fascinating specimens. Even better is that as long as the mother horns aren't harmed one could create a a self perpetrating sample factory for more research.

Or you could have omelettes for breakfast every day!
There's some basic information in the Templar Handbook -- appearance, how to track and kill, edible parts, etc. -- but most of the research is done by Westhouse. And you can never quite take Westhouse at their word. But that's a story for another time.

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