Posted 2020-12-09 9:33 AM (#242066 - in reply to #242063) Subject: yes, yes ... good fun!
Location: the Rock/Newfoundland
... first (fun) seeing we were posting here in the same ((2)) minutes ... and you know what that reminds me of? ... Right on! "where two (or more) are gathered ... there I am with you." ... 2nd (2 again fun is ... can we play ... playing dead ... as in being brave little caterpillars venturing into the cocoon ... awaiting ... awaiting, whatever happens next
i'm serious ... see, looks easy enough;
How a caterpillar makes a cocoon?
After wandering for a while, the caterpillar makes a simple silk pad on the underside of a branch or twig. It uses a hook-covered appendage called a cremaster to attach itself to this pad. It twists around, embedding its cremaster firmly in the silk. Then, it sheds its skin, revealing the chrysalis.