Lonomia Obliqua: a Deadly Stinging CaterpillarStinging caterpillars are not uncommon, but one species can sting so severely that people have died. This is the larva of Lonomia obliqua, a species of moth that lives in South America. It eats leaves and turns into a pretty brown moth.
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There are 117 commercial fundraisers registered in Washington State; 46 of them kept more than 80 percent of what they raised. Only 10 commercial fundraisers passed along more than 80 percent of their earnings to their charity clients.important for the public to remember that when someone asks you for a donation, there a chance it a third party getting paid to make that solicitation, said Secretary of State Sam Reed. While most of those commercial fundraisers help crucial charities survive, he said, wind up using the bulk of donations to pay for administrative costs and expenses or to make a hefty profit.
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