The friendly-looking caterpillar appeared as crop circle in a field in Wiltshire, pictured.
Visitors take a rest in the cut out of the caterpillar’s face
The Very Hungry Caterpillar illustrated and written by Eric Carle was first published in 1969 and has been described as one of the greatest childhood classics of all time
It’s not the only intricate design to have appeared in Wiltshire so far this summer, with another two crop circles etched into the landscape in the last week alone.
An extraordinary design resembling Westminster Abbey appeared at the weekend in Stanton St Bernard in Wiltshire on Tuesday, and the church-like spires have been likened to the famous landmark where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were married last year.
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The ‘abbey’ formation appeared just two days before a triangular design decorated with an intricate floral pattern was discovered close to ancient Silbury Hill, the largest man-made mound in Europe.
Both were photographed by crop circle expert Lucy Pringle, from Petersfield, Hampshire.
The extraordinary design which resembled Westminster Abbey appeared at Stanton St Bernard in Wiltshire on Tuesday