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...and put it in the invertebrate section rather reptile & amphibians you will hopefully get more IDs of what it is.
A difficult angle, but I would guess - no more - it's an Elephant Hawk-moth. Would like to see the whole beast, though.
Change the category to "Invertebrates," so more Clever People see it.
I've seen similar caterpillars in butterfly houses here in the UK - often camouflaged as bird droppings like the one in the picture. No idea on the exact species though.
i was hazarding a similar guess to Amadan...
...definitely a caterpillar :) and most likely a noctuid moth, possibly a hawk moth.
...Papilio cresphontes, the Giant Swallowtail Butterfly. As I said above, I have seen very similar caterpillars in butterfly houses in the UK. Definitely not a moth.
I did not realise it wasn't a British observation. A senior moment...
o! not a uk observation... that's making more sense now. thanks for doing the research Vinny, and getting the correct ID.
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