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Guest Post: The Western Hemisphere’s Largest Synchronous Firefly Emergence

By Doug and Nancy Piper In an isolated part of the Great Smoky Mountains National park, scientists have discovered the western hemisphere’s largest emergence of synchronous fireflies (lightening bugs). It occurs about the first week of every June and only lasts for about one week. What’s unique about these fireflies is that they actually twinkle […]Read More

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