Can Crickets Fly?

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Crickets have hind legs modified for jumping and two stiff and membranous hind wings used in flying. Male crickets typically make melodic chirping sounds by rubbing a scraper situated on one forewing along a string of approximately 50 to 250 teeth.
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Crickets can fly, but they seldom do, and it's definitely not much of a distance. They have wings that are made as thin as paper, so when they do fly, they don't go very far.
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