The Myth and Mystery of Scotland’s Wild Haggis The creature is said to be the source of the iconic Scottish dish. BY ANNE EWBANK JANUARY 15,* 2019 ...
Legend surrounds the wild haggis. According to many cryptid directories, the wild haggis is an unbalanced beast whose legs of unequal length enable it to lope up steep Scottish hillsides with ease. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/what-is-haggis
Physical depictions of the wild haggis vary, but one museum has a “specimen.” In a taxidermy display at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, there is a lone wild haggis. Shaggy and short-legged, it is displayed beside a prepared haggis for comparison, and a plaque declares that this is the Haggis scoticus.
The wild haggis, next to a prepared haggis for comparison. EMOSCOPES/CC BY-SA 2.5
A problem here is that the prepared haggis in the picture appears rather blob-like. There is no sign of the skeleton or even muscle tissue.
Also, in all the legends, the haggis has different length legs on its two sides that allow it to run around the Scottish hillsides, but only in a clockwise direction otherwise it is unbalanced. The specimen in the picture does not seem to reflect this.
Are there any authentic pictures of haggis in the wild - preferably videos? Are there any skeletons or diagrams of skeletons?