The invasion of caterpillars in Britain

In the British village of Yorkshire Dales, County of North Yorkshire, caterpillars twisted a cocoon on a giant tree and nearby bushes. As a result, the surrounding landscape turned into scenery for a horror film.

The local policeman shared eerie shots in his “Twitter”. The man admitted that in 45 years of his life in North Yorkshire he had not seen anything like it.

In cobweb-like nests, tens of thousands of caterpillars live, depositing larvae. The dimensions of the nests can be increased. Live with such decorations the British will have until the larvae turn into moths.

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