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The above is a video of the jewel caterpillar. They belong to the family of moths known as Dalceridae. Scientists have identified around 84 different species of Dalceridae moths, whose larvae are sometimes called β€œslug caterpillars” because they are so gooey. If youΒ search for β€œDalceridae” in Google Images, you’ll see different larvae with the same roly poly bug shape and gumdrop spines, but different colors and patterns.Β (Video)Β Facebook | Instagram | Scary Story Website

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