Florida woman in hospital after stung by venomous puss caterpillar

Florida woman in hospital after stung by venomous puss caterpillar

"It's not an instantaneous shock to a hornet or wasp, but it takes a long time in an alarming way," said David Wagner, an entomologist at the University of Connecticut, with US TODAY. "Nobody is expected to lead to an impact or discomfort on stings, and even up to an hour later.

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