The Brazilian Treehopper is a terrifying little insect that is part of the treehopper family. They are quite similar to a cicada, but with an odd structure on their back. These appendages are completely hollow, and simply ensure they cannot be eaten so easily.
The Dasychira Pudibunda Caterpillar, also known as a Pale Tussock, can be found throughout Denmark. These spiky yellow caterpillars are covered in quills, much like that of a porcupine. Each segment of their body comes to a point with a black or brown spine.