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Amazing Cicada life cycle - Sir David Attenborough's Life in the Undergrowth - BBC wildlife

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Uploaded on Oct 24, 2008

After lying beneath the earth for up to 17 years, cicadas venture above ground as a massive group to shed their larvae shells, sprout wings and sing for a mate. Sir David Attenborough demonstrates how easy it is to hypnotise a male cicada with the click of his fingers in this amazing wildlife video from BBC animal show 'Life in the Undergrowth'.

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