Each year, people living in the mountains of North Carolina and central Pennsylvania turn to an unconventional source to get an idea of whether the upcoming winter will be mild or harsh. Unlike your typical meteorologist, however, this "forecaster" crawls on the ground, has six legs and sports fuzzy brown and black bands. The fuzzy prognosticator is a tiger moth caterpillar known as the woolly worm or woolly bear. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, the woolly bear legend is based on the caterpillar's 13 distinct segments of either rusty brown or black. The wider the brown sections, the milder the coming winter will be. The more black there is, the more severe the winter.
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