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Watch Bug Invasion on a Live Cicada Cam

May 28, 2013
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Every 17 years Cicadas invade the East Coast. This year, if you can't make it to see the bugs in person, you can watch them take on your computer via a live camera that the Science Channel launched.

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Cicadas Reappear After 17 Years in US Northeast

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CBC (June 4, 2013) — A large brood of periodical cicadas -- insects that spend 17 years underground before surfacing to mate -- are emerging right on schedule in parts of the US northeast. The CBC's Paul Hunter takes a tour with a cicada watcher who is fascinated by the loud and lusty insects, and talks to another man who thinks the buzzing bugs are a tasty treat.
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Cyborg Cockroaches: The Future of Search and Rescue?

Cyborg Cockroaches: The Future of Search and Rescue?

Newsy (Sep. 8, 2012) — Researchers at North Carolina State University equipped a live roach with sensors which allowed them to control the bug's movements.
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Badger Vs Coyote

Badger Vs Coyote

Field & Stream (Mar. 21, 2014) — Trail cam footage of a badger vs coyote. Video provided by Field & Stream
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Google Street View Brings Images Via Camel Camera

Google Street View Brings Images Via Camel Camera

Buzz60 (Oct. 9, 2014) — Google Street View is going off-road and bringing viewers stunning images by Camel Cam! TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the images. Video provided by Buzz60
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