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I recently read it dates back to prehistoric times. The chirping of the cricket e Was a kind of companionship during the night but also the chirping would stop if danger approached because the cricket can feel the vibrations in the ground and it will stop chirping to protect its own location.
No, only male crickets chirp to attract mates. They don't even actually chirp, they rub there wings together.
They always chirp Only male crickets chirp.
The noise on your house roof chirping at night is most likely birds. It could also be tree frogs if you have trees close to your roof.
I have a question. I live in a town that is full of crickets. They are multiplying and multiplying. One sneaky little cricket manage to climb up the wall and into my bedroom walls. He has been chirping all night. The only way I can stop him from chriping is turning on my lamp at night. What I don't understand is how he managed to stay and live in my wall for the past 2 months. Its very annoying and I need a solution. Please don't say they're good luck because I don't belive that a chirping cricket that annoys me is "Good luck".
They are load mostly because they react toweather (temp.) If you count how many time they chirp (in a minute) add 30 and that should be somewhere close to what the temp. is outside!
Crickets are nocturnal because they are awake at night. You can tell that they are nocturnal by listening to them when they call a mate.
Crickets like the night time is why they come out at night. Plus it is safer for them to be out at night than it is during the day.
crickets chirp only at night
Feed them toffee.
mmm, no, I heard they eat plants in the night