Video: Clarinet, With Cicada Chorus

http://www.nytimes.com/video/2013/06/02/science/100000002258320/clarinet-with-cicada-chorus.html?smid=pl-share

As billions of cicadas enter the brief, noisy mating stage of their 17-year life cycle, David Rothenberg performs with some of the insects, to show how animals use musical sounds to communicate.

Seahorses mate early morning before they do their daily routine.

If humans live like insects and seahorses do, we would be less stressful bunch of people.

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