How Long is a Caterpillar in a Cacoon?


The length of time that a caterpillar stays in its cacoon varies by spieces. They can stay in there cacoon as little as 2 weeks or as long as 2 months. There are over 180,000 spieces of a caterpillar.
Q&A Related to "How Long is a Caterpillar in a Cacoon?"
They have a special silk in their bodies and it comes out their butt and it wraps around them when they keep on producing more silk.
Those nouns are spelled "caterpillar" and "cocoon." Thank you for using ChaCha!
Coccoon or crysalis? If it's a moth, they overwinter and hatch in late May to early June. If it's a butterfly it'll be in about 17 days.
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