posted on May, 19 2011 @ 08:35 AM
A Yorkshire urban park has been infested with thousands of caterpillars, stripping 15 trees of all their leaves.
The caterpillars have been identified as Ermine moth larvae and the normally busy Shipley Hall Fields in Bradford is now empty of people.
The larvae have formed large communal webs covering railings and tree trunks in the small park at Frizinghall.
ive just seen a video of this on the news and it looks real freaky... webs and thousands of caterpillars everywhere.
also theres an infestation in essex uk..
maybee they are all protesting like the rest of the world before they turn into moths lol