The Ugly Animal Preservation Society reminds you that “we can’t all be pandas.” So what are some of the critters the UAPS wants people to love instead of abhor?
The blowfish leads the list. Unless you run a deep sea trawler, you are not like to come across one of these anywhere except as a preserved specimen in a lab.
If you want actually see a like critter on this list, lead with the harmless Aye Aye. A primate, this animal looks like an opossum gone somehow wrong. Bright yellow eyes, enormous ears jutting from the sides of the head and a super-long finger are the most obvious features. Unfortunately in this animal’s native habitat, it is considered unlucky and often killed on site
Baby pigs might be cute, but a full grown boar warthog has a face that only another warthog could consider attractive. The biggest males have tusks curving out the sides of their mouth as well as huge “warts” on the sides of the face.
The Desert Mole Rat also known as the naked mole rat is as nearly hairless as a land mammal can be. A flat fronted muzzle with exposed front teeth and tiny eyes make this animal a wonder to behold.
A good runner up for this list is the monkfish.
I started as yoga trainer and getting more and more close with people who came for yoga classes, I saw that it might not be all I can do for them. Then I started thinking about elaborating my own complex lifestyle program. I already had a bunch of ideas – so it started swiftly.
With my medical degree in endocrinology I was able to smartly combine yoga techniques together with correct nutrition recommendations and come up with a neat program that would improve self-comprehension of many people struggling with their weight problems and overall dissatisfaction.
My clients – people are diverse,
but one thing unites all: an active position in life.