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Science Paleontologists recreate mating call of 165-million-year-old bug (+video)

By analyzing the fossilized wings of a Jurassic katydid unearthed in China, paleontologists have reconstructed its sound, which is not unlike that of today's crickets.  

A pair of fossilized insect wings is singing loud and clear, thanks to the help of researchers. By analyzing a pair of fossilized wings, researchers have recreated what a 165-million-year-old katydid would have sounded like.

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