This is not a caterpillar...right? Look closely :)
By now you've undoubtedly realized that this caterpillar is, in fact, nine very friendly birds —European Bee-eaters,
to be exact — crammed together on a single branch; but their
resemblance to the larval form of butterflies and moths is unmistakable.
So much so, in fact, that photographer José Luis Rodríguez actually
named the photograph Oruga de Plumas, which translates to "caterpillar of feathers."
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