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Cicada Mania: The Entomologists\' \'Super Bowl\' MP3

The life cycle of the cicada is unique in the insect world. They bring a chorus of deafening noise before spending 17 years underground. What's all the buzz about? Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports on the swarms of spectators and scientists who emerge in search of the noisy insects. Source: pbs.org

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