And there we go, the Woolly bear caterpillar pokemon, Woolarc, and its evos -v-

So much blue and orange rip

Woolarc are about 5” long and would rather do nothing but chill on your shoulder while nomming on a snack. Their soft fur also have flexible spines mixed in for self defense, so don’t mindlessly start petting them or you’ll certainly be in for a surprise.

Are Pyrrcoons named for their massive fur clump or their habit of squeaking and purring or both? Who a know. They’re very sedentary, which also makes them pretty heavy for their size, which is roughly a square foot of bristly fur. Their antennae help it detect weather and temperature accurately, which makes it a favorite among meteorologists.

Isbelloths are quick and zippy. Finally free to fly around, they’re energetic and really tough to handle. They can use their wings to blow chilling gusts in addition to using them to shed ice scales that pellet foes like hail. But at the end of the day, they like nothing more than to snuggle up on a tree (or their trainer) and sleep. Isbelloths have a 3ft wingspan.


found this fluff trying to cross the road and was about to get him on a tree when my bus came. so i brought him with me and gave him a ride to the station where i found him a nice place!

Just look at this spectacular Woolly Gray Caterpillar, Lucia ypsilon, I met today! These guys are one of only a handful of brightly colored inchworms in the Eastern United States. They are highly variable in coloration & patterns. I found this one to be particularly beautiful. Incredibly, the adult female moth of this species has no wings! This species occurs in barrens, woodlands, and forests from Minnesota to southeastern Massachusetts, south to Florida and Texas. 🐛♥🐛

the girls found a dead woolly bear caterpillar outside their daycare this morning. i can’t wait for spring to overcome us so we can get back into nature and explore the lives of bugs 🐛🐝🐜🐞🐌✨ by @thewoodlanders source: http://boig.co/1IuKiC6