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Ever Wondered What It Sounds Like When A Cicada Gets Busy? MP3

Every seventeen years, the East Coast plays host to one of nature's biggest - and loudest - parties. The guests are millions of periodical cicadas, red-eyed bugs who burrow their way out of the ground to mate, lay eggs, and die.   Here in Connecticut, we're at the upper-most tip of what entomologists call "Brood II." That's the fancy name for a massive underground city of cicadas st... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

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