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Are you ready for caterpillargeddon 2014?

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Caterpillars covered the city of Prince George throughout the summer of 2013 (photos: Andrew Kurjata)

2013 was a particularly bad year for caterpillars in Prince George. They covered fences, swung from trees, and wound up in a few mouths. Some of the creepy-crawlies have already been spotted around town, so we asked Staffen Lindgren, a professor of entomology at UNBC, what to expect. Have a listen:

 

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