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Cicadas Are Coming Back After 17 Year Hiatus

Story By: Larry Stine



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  Original Published: 5/26/2013 It's been 17 years since a specific brood of the Cicada insect arrived in masse. However, in the coming weeks, they are expected to make their loud and very visual return. The Washington, D.C. region is expecting to possibly host an unfathomable number of the Cicadas this summer. That's where we find Tory Dunnan with the details on what to expect.
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