One of my favorite children's books is The Very Hungry Caterpillar, or as it was translated in my Hawaiian immersion classroom, ʻO Ka ʻEnuhe Pōloli Loa, by Eric Carle.
There is a native ʻenuhe, a carnivorous caterpillar, as a matter of fact (Eupithecia spp).
ʻEnuhe eventually morph into pulelehua but that is a momi for another day.
He hamuiʻa ka ʻenuhe ʻōiwi - the native caterpillar is carnivorous.
ʻAʻole au makemake i ka ʻenuhe ma kaʻu sāleta - I do not like caterpillars in my salad.
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