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Tent caterpillars continue to invade the city of Prince George

If you've ever witnessed a tent caterpillar invasion - you won't forget it.
Clumps of wriggling caterpillars falling from branches.
This year, they have again arrived in great numbers across the province and right here in Prince George
The ubiquitous caterpillars are infesting properties and even homes.
We hear from a Prince George homeowner and a Zoologist from UBC
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