Time Lapse Video: From Cute Caterpillar to Gorgeous Moth
Anyone who’s read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” knows how butterflies and moths develop from clumsy and adorable larvae, but have you ever seen it in real time?
Joke: The Caterpillar Escape
Two caterpillars are escaping a spider. They climb up a branch and get to the edge, but realize they are now trapped… "Hold on tight!" says the first caterpillar and he quickly chews through the branch.
18 Before and After Photos of Caterpillars and Butterflies
Both butterflies and moths have four stages of life – they go from the initial egg to a caterpillar, then to a cocoon and finally to a butterfly or moth.
The Caterpillar, the Horse and the Parrot - Animal Jokes!
The Caterpillar, the Horse and the Parrot - Animal Jokes! animals, funny, hilarious, jokes Funny Animal Jokes!
That Utterly Beautiful Moment When a Butterfly is Born...
The story of how a small, slimy caterpillar turns into a majestic, flying butterfly is one that captures our imagination from a young age. Now, you can watch this great wonder of nature take place before your very eyes, with this fantastic time-lapse video.
These Colorful Creatures May be Hiding in Your Closet
These moths go through an amazing transformation from a translucent caterpillar, covered in a sticky chemical for protection, into the beautiful plumage-covered creature you see above. 4. Acharia Ophelians These caterpillars are a bright green, with a turquoise-colored head.
These Time-lapse Videos Are Bound to Leave You Speechless!
From the construction of the massive Shanghai Tower to the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a pupa, these videos are unlike anything you've ever seen before! 1. New York's Skyline From Day to Night 2. Massive Blizzard in Northeastern United States [related_articles] 3.
The Life Cycle of the Butterfly - Fascinating!
The caterpillar of the Polyphemus Moth can eat 86,000 times its weight at emergence in a little less than two months. When the eggs hatch small yellow caterpillars emerge. As the caterpillars age, they molt 5 times (the 5th being into a pupa).
Expect to See Lots of Butterflies with These Flowers
Fennel A swallowtail caterpillar's favorite food. 3. Verbena Butterflies like sulphurs and zebra longwings are drawn to the nectar of most verbena flower species. 4. Daisy A wide variety of daisies are the preferred nectaring flowers for butterflies such as the mourning cloak and queen.
5 Animals Who Impersonate Another Species for Their Gain
Hawk-Moth Caterpillar - a little creature that transforms itself into a snake Image source - Ilya Carey/Wikimedia Commons When you first lay eyes on it, you are certain to feel that you have come across a tiny little snake. They are not, though.
10 Beneficial Insects Your Garden Needs Right Away
Nevertheless, these bugs prefer ants, beetles, borers, caterpillars, fleas, insect larvae, including moths and fleas. They also like maggots, webworms, weevils, and wireworms. Attracting these bugs can be difficult.
These Trucks Are Bigger Than Your Imagination
Caterpillar 797F Image Source Operating Weight: 1,375,000 lbs Payload Capacity: 400 tons The Caterpillar name is synonymous with heavy equipment, and this is the biggest truck in the corporation’s line-up. It costs between $5-6 million, and a single replacement tire is more than $35,000.
These Photos Really Do Grab Your Attention!
A jewel caterpillar. 3. A tree re-positioned to store logs. 4. A tree that survived the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima. 5. An abandoned fishing village in China. 6. This tree fell down - and kept growing in four separate spots. [related_articles] 7.
This Time-Lapse of a Kidney Bean Growing is Mesmerizing
Have you ever watched a time-lapse video of a caterpillar metamorphosing into a beautiful butterfly? It’s a truly fascinating watch and a transformation that we rarely get to see up close.
See Colorful Butterflies in Gorgeous Detail
Before and After Photos of Caterpillar Transformations Click Here to Read the Article Both butterflies and moths have four stages of life – they go from the initial egg to a caterpillar, then to a cocoon and finally to a butterfly or moth.
This Microscope Quiz Will Test Your Powers of Observation!
It's a Caterpillar! Fruit Fly Pork Sausage Caterpillar Spider Leg What could this be? It's an Eyelash Mite! Tadpole Eyelash Mite Pencil Carrot What could this be? It's a Maggot! Bat Maggot Ant Spaghetti What could this be?
Your Day Will Surely Be Brightened By These Beautiful Bugs
Cecropia Moth Caterpillar (Hyalophora cecropia) ( Flickr ) 6. Glasswing Butterfly (Greta Oto) (By liz west, Wikimedia Commons ) 7. Picasso Bug (Sphaerocoris annulus) (By Alandmanson, Wikimedia Commons ) 8. Christmas Beetle (Anoplognathus) (By Cyron Ray Macey, Wikimedia Commons ) 9.
When it Comes to Camouflage, These Animals Are the Masters
Common Baron Caterpillar Image Source Pygmy Seahorse Image Source [related_articles] Wrap-Around Spider Image Source Long-Tailed Potoo Image Source Chameleon Image Source Longfingered Scorpionfish Image Source California Stick Insect Image Source Soft Coral Crab Image Source Copperhead Snake Image Source
How Sharp Are Your Eyes? Try to Find These Sneaky Animals
So in no particular order, the animals are as follows: coyote , cats (several of them), leopard , snow leopard , blue dacnis , giraffe , baron caterpillar , cricket , gecko , toads . To find out the animal(s) hiding in the picture, simply click on the picture. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Animal Camouflage Can Be Such an Amazing Thing...
Believe it or not, there's a caterpillar hidden in here somewhere... 7. A single eye gives this one away... 8. Can you spot the rock fish hidden in this picture? 9. A plaice is in the picture below, but where? 10. Spot the dragonfly! 11. There are three owls in this picture. Can you see them? 12.
Aren't These Animals the Most Adorable You've Ever Seen?
Friendly caterpillar! “Take a pic, I’m posing!” What a beautiful fox! This little guy knows that weekends are for sleeping in. Let the whole world wait. Your cute-o-meter’s going to break. Isn't life awesome! How are you doing that? “Look at my huge paws!”
How Do Animals Communicate with Each Other? Fascinating!
Caterpillars Send Out Decoy Distress Calls to Ants The caterpillar of the Alcon blue butterfly has a fascinating way of communicating. It scrapes its abdomen to create a kind of song. However, unlike many other critters, who use their communication techniques to contact others of their species.
What a Complex and Unique Form of Art This Is! Astounding!
Caterpillar 5. Snake 6. Jumping Spider 7. Octopus 8. Frog 9. Jellyfish 10. Siamang 11. Ostrich 12. Cockatiel 13. Skunk 14. Snow Monkey 15. Beetle Larva 16. Spider 17. Bat skeleton 18. Beaver 19. Bee 20. Snail 21. Rooster 22. Griffon 23. Rockhopper Penguin 24. Cicada 25.
New Study: Can Plants `Hear` a Threat?
In the study, researchers played a recording of a caterpillar munching on leaves to the plants, while a control group was not played anything. They then waited for 24-48 hours to see what happened. The results were remarkable.