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The profound beauty of firefly tourism

26 mins | Sep 22, 2021
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There’s so much wonder in the natural world. In the Great Smoky Mountains, fireflies have become a source of tourism - and solace. Writer Leigh Ann Henion reflects on the firefly event in Appalachia’s Great Smoky Mountains National Park that draws seekers from across the continent desperate to find a sense of peace in these dark times.

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