Crickets can tell the temperature: # chirps in 25 seconds/3 + 4 = degrees Celsius

don’t Be dump tells us how to count cricket chirps in order to tell the correct temperature. As crickets are cold blooded animals they depend on higher temperatures to make them move lively and this is why the number of chirps in a given timeframe can tell us how may degrees are.

In order to find out the Celsius degrees you need to count the number of chirps per 25 seconds, then divide that to 3 and then add 4. There you got it. For Fahrenheit degrees check the video from above.

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