South African Crickets

by Ally
(London, England)

South African Crickets

South African Crickets

South African crickets can shoot blood and vomit from their insect armpits when they feel threatened.


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The sounds of the crickets are caused by the friction of their wings or legs against each other - so males call for females.

In frequency stridulatory can determine the temperature. To do this, count the number of sounds for 25 seconds, divide by 3 and add to the result of 4 - get the temperature in degrees Celsius. The formula works correctly only above 10 ° C, because at lower temperatures rarely crickets are to love games.

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