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'Magical': synchronous fireflies light up US national parks
by Dani Anguiano
The Guardian Translate This Article
15 June 2021
On 15 June 2021 The Guardian reported:
For two weeks in late spring, near dusk, the synchronous fireflies at the Great Smoky Mountains national park put on a spectacular display across the landscape, flashing in unison for about five seconds and then stopping, together, like twinkling Christmas lights. This type of firefly is one of just a handful in the US that synchronizes its light patterns, and was once thought not to exist in the western hemisphere at all. Only about a dozen of the more than 2,000 firefly species in the world can synchronize their flashes.
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