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Take it from Arctliidae: Time for long underwear

Mary Keltner writes:
If the coat of that caterpillar is really an indication of winter weather this year, it is time to add long underwear to our holiday lists...unless you are sensible and already have it! - LONG UNDERWEAR
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This story was posted on 2011-12-10 14:51:40
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Arctiidae: Woolly Bear Caterpillar

2011-12-10 - Shelby County, KY - Photo by Pen. Wikipedia says that the coloration of a hairy caterpillar predicts how old that particular caterpillar is, but armchair meteorologists and folklorists are welcome to weigh in with advice on what sort of winter this all-black hairy caterpillar means we'll have.
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