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The Chirps

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Anthony Gervasio

on 13 March 2014

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Transcript of The Chirps

Can crickets tell temperature?
Procedure
We went out side to count the number of chirps a cricket made.We used the stopwatch,and the notebook to count the number of chirps a single cricket made.
Materials
Our materials are: crickets,thermometer,stopwatch,and a notebook.
Thank you for watching!
The Chirps

Noah Romero,
Anthony Gervasio

First Things First
Results
references
evening 1:

evening 2:
evening 3:
108 chirps in all
89 chirps in all
evening 4:
112 chirps in all
88 chirps in all
I'm a cricket!
Explanation
The results were counted during a span of 14 seconds for 3 times. Then were divided by 3 then added by 40.
Crickets can tell temperature because they chirp at different speeds for different periods of time.
Walker, T. (1962). Snowy Tree Cricket, Oecanthus fultoni. University of Florida, Entomology and Nematology Department. Retrieved March 4, 2014, from http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/Walker/buzz/585a.htm
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