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Here's why there were so many dragonflies at Lollapalooza

Perhaps more than any one act--OK, except for Sir Paul McCartney's triumphant opening-day set--the biggest talking point of Lollapalooza 2015 was, surprisingly, the swarms of dragonflies flying around Grant Park. These gigantic insects (“gigantic” being a relative term) were seriously everywhere throughout...

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