What Do Caterpillars Look like?

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Caterpillars have segmented wormlike bodies having three pairs of true legs and very many pairs of leg-like appendages. Caterpillars may be hairy, have warning colouration, or be coloured to match their surrounding. They are the larva of a butterfly or moth.
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There are many different types of caterpillars. There are some caterpillars such as the Saddleback caterpillar which is very bright in color. Other caterpillars have muted colors so as to camouflage themselves amidst their surroundings. You can find more information here: http://www.backyardnature.net/caterpil.htm
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