The Ugly Animal Roadshow

Friday, 1st April 2016

It’s true that pandas are very cute but why should they get all attention? The Ugly Animal Preservation Society is dedicated to raising the profile of the world’s most aesthetically-challenged and endangered species. Join biologist and presenter Simon Watt for a family-friendly show that celebrates and explores the incredible biology of the animal kingdom’s most monstrous creatures. Wonder at the naked mole rat and admire the hidden qualities of a sea slug. What’s not to love! Featuring videos and demonstrations, Simon’s comedic performance and lots of audience participation will ensure that you leave with a new perspective on conservation and our concept of natural beauty.

Suitable for ages 5+


The Shed
Cokethorpe School, Witney, OX29 7PU, Oxon

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