Read about a type of caterpillar that can ingest plastic bags.

A wiggly, ravenous caterpillar  — one that doesn’t limit its diet to naturally grown objects — can biodegrade plastic bags, a material infamous for the amount of time it takes to decompose, a new study finds. The 1-inch-long (3 centimeters) wax worm, also known as the honey worm caterpillar (Galleria mellonella), is no stranger to… Continue reading Read about a type of caterpillar that can ingest plastic bags.