Can Caterpillars Sting or Bite You?

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Caterpillars can sting you but not all species of caterpillars do sting as they are leaf eaters. A sting from caterpillar can be irritating and they normally using fibres and hairs. This is normally done as a form of protection against predators.
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Don't panic, if you do it'll just make thing worse. If the caterpillar latched onto you try to GENTALY take it off and place it on the ground, do not stomp on it or kill it, once
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