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In Case You Forgot, There's A Toxic Caterpillar That Looks Like Trump (Seriously)

Some people speculate Donald Trump wears a toupee, but we’re starting to think he’s just wearing one of these on his head. Known as the “flannel moth caterpillar” or “megalopygidae” to the science community, this furry thing looks just like Donald Trump’s hair. We’ve found an actual pain-inducing creature that looks just like another pain-inducing creature. Now, we’ve told you about this weird critter before ? back in the good old days when Trump was just a yuge real estate mogul.
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