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What Happens Inside a Caterpillar Cocoon?

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Caterpillars are actually the larval form of moths and butterflies. They come in a variety of sizes and colors, depending on their species. Nearly all caterpillars are herbivorous and eat vegetation. They will create a cocoon (if they're a moth) or a
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