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The song of cicadas is a sign that summer has arrived in North Carolina. This unique species spends the majority of its life unground, is an important part of the environment's nutrient cycle, and has existed for over 125 million years.
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North Carolina Naturalist (NoCar QH 76.5 N8 N68), Vol. 23 Issue 3, Summer 2015, p2-3, il
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35396
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Tools for discovering the migration patterns of egrets included a solar powered GPS and seven of the species. The greatest contribution for the study, though, came from the unique migratory story each bird had to tell in this tale.
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35394
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Spy tactics used by Washington’s army included invisible ink, a hollow coin, and a woman disguised as a mentally ill man. The real mystery to readers, though, may be how these tactics could be successful, because of their lack of modern technology and problems particular to their spy tactics that cropped up along the way.
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35395
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Tools for discovering the migration patterns of egrets included a solar powered GPS and seven of the species. The greatest contribution for the study, though, came from the unique migratory story each bird had to tell in this tale.
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Animals of the mammal, insect, and reptile varieties, two programs designed to educate students about science, and a herpetologist were discussed in the sextet of articles part of this edition.
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