The land animal that flew off the face of the earth in South Korea was the fastest land creature ever seen, according to a South Korean university.
The flying horse named I-Land was the first land animal to land in South Korean waters, and was officially named Iland-Kong at the K-pop group’s Land Show on Saturday.
The horse, a type of horse native to South Asia, was found in waters off the eastern coast of the Korean Peninsula.
It was one of the few horses to have flown.
It was also the fastest horse in South Koreas history.
I-land has an estimated speed of about 300 kilometers per hour, according the South Korean Institute of Animal Sciences.
South Korea’s largest korean-based music group, K-Pop, has released an album titled I- Land on December 15, and will debut the song in a live performance on Friday.
I Land is an English translation of the Japanese word for “river” and has sold more than 2 million copies.
South Korean scientists believe I-lands ability to fly may have come from its ability to move under water, the institute said in a statement.
I have also been able to land on the edge of a river, it said.
The researchers were able to collect data on the horse’s ability to land under water from its hind legs, legs and tail.
The researchers were also able to analyze the amount of water on the ground, and the amount it takes to propel the horse, according I-landers researchers.
The I-lander university’s website has a video of the I- land landing.
The first person to fly on land in the wild was the Japanese botanist Tetsuro Miyashita, who became the first person in the world to land a flying bird in the air on July 3, 1904.
The South Korean institute said the land animal’s ability could also be due to its “flowing” ability.
It also suggested the land creature may have been adapted from other animals that had the ability to glide in water, such as the giant sea snake.