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I think it is a Species Sphingicampa caterpillar. The closest I see is Sphingicampa bicolor - Honey Locust Moth, but there is mentioned of the similar Sphingicampa bisecta - Bisected Honey Locust Moth but there are no caterpillar pictures.
Don't know enough about these guys to tell. Check out the Marsh Rice Rat (Oryzomys palustris) or the Eastern Woodrat (Neotoma floridana). Whatever it is seemed to be a little too wet and out of breath at the beginning of the video.
I don't believe it is a lady beetle larva, I am almost sure this is a flea beetle larva. Something similar to this:
In which case the kind of plant it was feeding on may help with ID.