woolly bear

NOUN
  1. caterpillar of numerous moths characterized by a dense coat of woolly hairs; feed on plants and some are destructive pests
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  • Squatting on all fours like some great beast of the forest, Erik shook his mane of wild auburn hair, scratched his woolly beard, and flared his nostrils as he took heavy breaths of cool air.
  • Ants and insects including silverfish, woolly bears, earwigs and spiders can be tackled with products from hardware shops.
  • The brown and yellow larvae are sometimes called woolly bears because of their hairy appearance and their habit of eating wool. Homepage
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