As I read a news article about the discovery of a new species of millipede here,
...the following paragraph just kept repeating itself over and over in my head—each time sounding more like exactly how Carl, in Caddyshack, would have elucidated:
"They are important yet incredibly vulnerable little creatures: They don't sting or bite and most, including the Los Angeles thread, are blind. (They do secrete chemicals that apparently taste vile to birds, larger insects and other predators, so at least they have that going for them.)
... which is nice."
—Carl Spackler, Caddyshack, ca. 1980