Where Do Crickets Live?

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Crickets live under rocks and logs in meadows, pastures and along roadsides. They prefer warm damp places because if they live in dry areas, they will dehydrate and die. Crickets eat anything including each other and they are nocturnal.
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You can find crickets in meadows and pastures under rocks, and logs. They eat decaying plant material and seedling plants. The chirping sound heard by humans is made by the male rubbing their forewings together. You can find more information here: http://insected.arizona.edu/cricketinfo.htm
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