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Why Are There Dragonflies All Over the Jersey Shore?

Have you noticed a TON of dragonflies in Monmouth and Ocean counties today? Here’s why.

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Dragonflies require water to complete their life cycle. Because we’ve had an unusual amount of storms that have dropped a lot of rain, there is a lot of standing water.  Dragonflies lay eggs in water. They live in ponds, lakes and slow-moving streams. Adults only live for a few weeks.

Have you seen a ton of dragonflies in your area? Tell us where in the “Leave a Comment Section” below.

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