A small 3 legged animal found out in remote areas of cornwall related closely to haggi (native to scottish highlands). Hunted to near extinction in the 18th century, this animal has now been taken in as an endangered species and bred in undisclosed sanctuaries as the primary ingredient in "cornish pastys". The flavour is often mistaken to that of beef or lamb (although cheap misrepresentations of a true pasty are commonplace).
Until a few hundred years ago cornish pasty hunting was a day to day activity for royalty and upper classes.
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