Cicada invasion takes over neighborhoods, as insects move into trees and onto plates

The Midwest and Eastern parts of the United States are currently experiencing the peak of the 2021 cicada invasion — a natural phenomenon that happens only every 17 years. The insects have moved from the ground to the trees and…

Cicada invasion takes over neighborhoods, as insects move into trees and onto plates

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The Midwest and Eastern parts of the United States are currently experiencing the peak of the 2021 cicada invasion — a natural phenomenon that happens only every 17 years. The insects have moved from the ground to the trees and Ben Tracy explains why it’s about to get even louder before the cicada season comes to an end.

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