BUSH CRICKET

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The bush cricket, which belongs to family Tettigoniidae, has more than 225 species in North America alone. But the majority of these beetles inhabit tropical regions. Bush crickets have remained unchanged for millions of years. Its fossil, shown in the photograph, is evidence of this truth.
FOSSIL NO: SI0010
AGE:128 million years
TERM:Cretaceous
LOCATION:Santana Formation, Ceara, Brazil
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