Not really they generally move around the hillside in only one direction so one leg is shorter than the other. When they accidentally get on flat ground their gait looks a bit strange.
Wow, didn't realise there were so many naturalists on here, do we need to start a wild haggis thread?when the haggis gets
to the top of the hill they find the shorter leg is on the outside so does not make contact with the o ground They just go base over apex down the hill I understand you can hear their cry’s of pain from miles away
Perhaps, Mo, Flick, or Oldwheels can clarify what the plural of Haggis is? Hagisses? Haggi? Haggs?You can't say we don't get variety on here, yesterday beds, today haggis.
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