Music for a Sunday: The secret voices of crickets

I’ve often joked about the deafening silence of people who’ve been caught in their lies, using “crickets” as the metaphor for the only thing to be heard. I may have to stop doing that, because here is what crickets “say” when their high-pitched chirpings are slowed down to the normal frequency range of human voices:

It sounds like a choir murmuring in wordless harmony. I wonder if this is how they sound to one another.

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1 Response to Music for a Sunday: The secret voices of crickets

  1. Bud Smith says:

    All animals live in a different time continuum. Nice that we have the technology now to appreciate it!

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