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Audio: 165-Million-Year-Old Cricket Song Comes Back to Life

 
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Audio: 165-Million-Year-Old Cricket Song Comes Back to Life
Audio: 165-Million-Year-Old Cricket Song Comes Back to Life


A cricket song last heard 165 million years ago has been played again.

To reconstruct the sound, paleontologists compared microscopic wing structures of fossil Archaboilus musicus, a Jurassic ancestor of modern crickets, to contemporary wings. Crickets sing — or, technically, “stridulate” — by rubbing together the ridged edges of their wings.

From noises generated by modern features, the researchers could extrapolate what A. musicus sounded like.


Hear the sound @ the link!

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Re: Audio: 165-Million-Year-Old Cricket Song Comes Back to Life
bump

I wonder why they really recreated this sound?





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