WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS

Conservationists believe the ugly fish should be listed as endangered.

WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS

WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
WORLD'S UGLIEST ANIMALS
This is the first captive-bred aye-aye to be born in the United Kingdom, shown in an undated photo. The Aye-aye is an endangered species partly because they often were viewed as a harbinger of evil in some Madagascar villages and killed when encountered. (Bristol Zoo Gardens/AP Photo)
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