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The food on the bottom of the cup is all the caterpillars need. • Allow caterpillars at least 24 hours to become active. Imagine a flock of these in pretty origami papers hanging in a summer window! At this point the caterpillar molts one last time and undergoes metamorphosis into a full butterfly. Click on the link to run an applet demonstrating the Effect. Crow (Badb, Rocas): This animal is to treated with care. There are many different types of animals in the world.

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