I don't know a more familiar sound in the late spring/summer than the drone and the buzz of cicadas. I know the weather is a lot warmer, even humid when the buzzing is there. And when the buzzing all but ceases, all that's left of the insect is a hollow shell that is very crunchy. So why is this upcoming brood so talked about?
The last two-headed animal find I read about was a snake and I would say that's more common than people think. Now a two-headed deer? I'd say that's extremely rare. One was sort of harvested in Western Kentucky.
El'Agance Shemwell here! I'm the new intern at WBKR. In the fall, I'll be a junior at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, majoring in broadcasting with a minor in criminology. Here's more about me!