The haggis is a major foodsource in Scotland. These shy creatures can now and then be seen roaming in the hills and mountains.
They might have scary looking teeth, but these wonderful creatures are stricktly vegetarian.
The haggis has actually 4 legs, but the legs on the left side is considerably shorter than their righthand side legs. This is due to them always walking in anti-clockwise circles around the hills and mountains.
September the 10th to September the 25th is the annual haggis Hunting festival.