Skiers (latin: skius erectus). You’ve got to love them. Up until 1993, they roamed the snow capped mountains freely, dressed distinctively in neon onsies and, during mating season, really silly hats.
But then, something changed. Our best guess is a meteorite collided with the planet which caused the species to spend a decade slowly copying snowboarders (Latin: arsus bruisium). Skiers once brightly coloured clothing suddenly became baggy, and earthy in colour, and they started trying tricks.
At least, some of them are. For others, the nobel front flip remains an evolutionary leap too far. These missing links are prime examples.