Cicadas are back! This year marks their 17-year cycle. Prepare for a noisey spring.
"Colossal numbers of cicadas, unhurriedly growing underground since 1996, are about to emerge along much of the U.S. East Coast to begin passionately singing and mating as their remarkable life cycle restarts.
This year heralds the springtime emergence of billions of so-called 17-year periodical cicadas, with their distinctive black bodies, buggy red eyes, and orange-veined wings, along a roughly 900-mile stretch from northern Georgia to upstate New York."
Check out more on this here: http://news.yahoo.com/theyre-back-17-cicadas-swarm-georgia-york-141835694.html
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