Explore these ideas and more!

4 Venomous Caterpillars Flourishing in Florida (Video Slideshow) Fascinating! I AM glad I do not live in Florida though o.O

venom caterpiller; saddleback. nasty little bug-er Green spiky saddle back caterpillar with Alien faces

VENOM CATERPILLAR #2 Hag Moth Caterpillar

VENOM CATERPILLAR # 4 LIVING IN STATEN ISLAND Io moth caterpillar

The crowned slug caterpillar. Stinging setae line the craned slug's perimeter, decorating its flattened, green body. Later in star's may also be marked with colorful red and yellow spots along the caterpillar's back. It is found in woodlands, from Florida to Mississippi, north all the way to Minnesota, southern Ontario, and Massachusetts. It feeds mostly on oak, but also elm, hickory and maple.

Alligator, Florida

**Great Blue Herons in Courtship Display (Ardea Herodias)

Nesting Great Egrets by Guy Schmickle on Flickr. "A mating pair of Great Egrets work on building a nest at Gatorland Park in Orlando, Florida."

I love this story. You can find the documentary on youtube.

The Quest for a Universal Anti-Venom is On

How Apathy Over Snake Anti-Venom Could Endanger Thousands of Lives

caterpillar

Caterpillar

Turtle plays football

This Florida Jail Doubles as an Animal Sanctuary

amazing insects - Hispa atra Linnaeus

caterpillars

Rescued monkeys fall in love.

Happy World Oceans Day!

Florida panther

Amazing Canadian deer rescue