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NC Science Now: Synchronous Fireflies

  • Aired: 08/18/2016
  • 05:41
  • Rating: NR
Synchronous fireflies are rare, living in a small section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and performing their glowing mating dance for only two weeks in June. Scientists don’t know why they glow simultaneously.
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NC Science Now: Synchronous Fireflies
For 2 weeks in June, the forests of Great Smoky Mtns Nat'l Park are aglow with fireflies.
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