It has three legs, interlocked into a spiral. The legs seem trying to run away as fast as they can, down the many hills that cover the island’s surface.
The Isle of Man’s blazon can be seen everywhere on the island, proudly exhibited with all its strangeness. It gives you the impression you are visiting an enclave with a bizarre political system, governed by a single party that for some reason chose three legs as their emblem.
Light-touch research says this kind of blazon is called a triskelion; not only does the Isle of Man has one but so does Sicilia, too.