#22 Saddleback Caterpillar
The Saddleback Caterpillar is another stinging caterpillar with poisonous spines you wouldn’t want to encounter.
It gets its name from the pattern on its back, a bright green canvas with a white-ringed brown circle in the center, reminiscent of a saddle and blanket.
Making contact with their spines can break them off and embed itself into the skin, causing an intense burning sensation and inflammation.
Within the first few hours, it can also cause shortness of breath and can last up to two days without intervention. Treating it can be as simple as drinking antihistamine.