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Young naturalists learn early that when butterflies and moths first hatch from an egg, theyre in the form of caterpillars. They probably dont know that as caterpillars grow, they shed skin, and then eat it. Readers will find this entertaining and accessible look at these ubiquitous larvae exceptionally informative. Carefully chosen photographs support the text and key science vocabulary.

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