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        Periodical Cicada

        The periodical cicada (Cicadidae magicicada) is an insect known for emerging every 13 to 17 years. The cicada’s eggs are laid in trees and when they hatch the young fall and burrow beneath the surface. It then takes the young cicada13 to 17 years to fully mature and again reach the surface.

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        The periodical cicada (Cicadidae magicicada) is an insect known for emerging every 13 to 17 years. The cicada’s eggs are laid in trees and when they hatch the young fall and burrow beneath the surface. It then takes the young cicada13 to 17 years to fully mature and again reach the surface.

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        The periodical cicada (Cicadidae magicicada) is an insect known for emerging every 13 to 17 years. The cicada’s eggs are laid in trees and when they hatch the young fall and burrow beneath the surface. It then takes the young cicada 13 to 17 years to fully mature and again reach the surface.

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