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Cicadas are just like us after the pandemic, entomologist says


​Billions of cicadas have emerged in the U.S. after spending almost two decades underground. "They've been in isolation for 17 years. … This is their spring break right now," entomologist Samuel Ramsey explained. Catie Beck reports for Sunday TODAY.

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