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How do crickets make sound?


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According to wonderopolis.org, the bottom of a cricket wing is covered with teeth-like ridges that make it rough. The upper surface of the wing is like a scraper. When crickets rub the upper and lower parts of their wings together, they create a chirping sound called “stridulating."

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They rub their back legs together

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