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Gallery: Cicadas emerge in Bloomington Friday

May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. Shells are left behind as the insects emerge from the ground and transform into winged insects. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: A woman looks at a Brood X cicada that has emerged from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: A cicada crawls along a leaf. Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: A cicada loses its shell. Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: A cicada loses its shell. Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Michael Hamburger photographs a Brood X cicadas that emerged from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 14, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Brood X cicadas emerge from the ground along First Street on Vinegar Hill in Bloomington, Indiana. Billions of cicadas are expected to emerge this year in Indiana and several other states after living in the ground for 17 years. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)

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