We all know the story of the hungry caterpillar who ate more than his entire body weight in food until he wrapped himself up in his cocoon waiting for the moment he would emerge as a beautiful butterfly. Caterpillars by in large are programmed to eat as much as they can and to protect themselves from predators in order to put themselves in prime condition for spending time in their cocoon before they break free and spend the last few moments of their life as beautiful butterfly.

If you have ever looked at a plant or area of ground that a caterpillar has recently travelled across you will see tiny caterpillar tracks, almost as if hundreds of little feet has left their imprint in the soil. These tracks along with their movement are what links them to caterpillar tracks on tanks. The tracks left behind by these furry little creatures …