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No, you're not looking at a snake, but rather a caterpillar. They're called Hemeroplanes and can be found in many parts of South America, Africa and Central America. In larval form, they can expand their anterior body segments to closely resemble a snake, complete with reptilian scales and scary eyes. To complete the act, the harmless caterpillar will sometimes even snap at potential predators. Continu


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