REGIONAL VARIABILITY OF HAGGI SPP
ACROSS THE SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE:
The complex biogeographical tapestry of Scotland has long fascinated biologists and ecologists, particularly with regard to its endemic species. The Haggis, though often nested within the annals of folklore, presents an intriguing case for regional taxonomic differentiation. As we endeavour to categorize and understand the vast biodiversity of Scotland, the Haggis serves as an illustrative exemplar of how topographical and environmental variations might influence species evolution and adaptation. This compilation aims to provide a succinct taxonomic breakdown, based on a combination of traditional records and speculative zoology, of the Haggis variants across distinct Scottish regions.