I've always called these ugly creatures tomato worms, but they are actually Tobacco Hornworms. They like to eat tomato plants in the South. The stripes and red horn help to identify them. They look really vicious, but all they seem to want to do is eat. In a very short time they ate a lot of the foliage of my tomato plants. Some of them worked in pairs.
The garden is my domain, but I don't deal well with creatures like these. My girliness took over, and I had to ask my husband to "relocate" them for me. We found
After all the tending and watching over my tomato plants this spring and summer, all I have to say to these Tobacco Hornworms is good-bye and don't come back.