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Every year in late May and early June, in a small section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America’s only species of firefly capable of synchronous flashing begin their annual mating season. Demand to visit and witness the spectacle is so high that the National Park Service runs a lottery to award entrance passes. (Photo credit:

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