This crazy double-headed caterpillar is not taking a siesta Rumble screenshot
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A woman in Spain stumbled upon one strange creature in her courtyard.

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Lujan Eroles, 46, spotted what may be an elephant hawk-moth caterpillar, a two-headed serpent-like animal.

Known for its propensity for feeding — honeysuckles and petunias are favorites — at night, it is often seen in urban settings. It typically has a metallic sheen with green and red flecks, and has excellent nighttime vision.

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In this video, the freaky-looking caterpillar curls menacingly when prodded with a stick. Measuring about 4 inches long, its large eye blinks at the camera.

Anna Caplan contributes to Rare Houston and Rare Animals. 
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