Caterpillars and Cocoons at our Chalet

It appeared our accommodation unit (#21) at Mpila (Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park) in December was some kind of magnet to some very large and very hairy caterpillars intent on spinning their cocoons in any available nook or cranny. We didn’t mind, of course, as the whole process is just so darn interesting!


24 thoughts on “Caterpillars and Cocoons at our Chalet

  1. Helen C

    Very interesting! I have never seen that before. How many days did it take from the first picture to the last?
    I like the yellow face on the 2nd and 3rd photo. πŸ˜‰
    Have a great day.



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