what is it that i'm hearing at night?
I work night shifts. I usually go on break around 3 am and I go out for a quick stroll around the building. on my way to the back entrance where we enter, almost every night, I hear thousands of hiss noises. There is trees above me and beside me, not big ones but they're kinda twisty and thick, and a **** ton of bushes. It sounds like 20,000 random hiss noises. It makes me run to the front door as quick as I possibly can. No lights shining or anything. I am not bothering whatever is there. What could this even be? I live in Toronto, no wild insects like Australia are there. Am I in danger for walking?
it also sounds like partial growling.
definitely not cicadas, it sounds ANGRY
- 10 months agoFavorite Answer
Is it hissing or buzzing? if its buzzing, it could be cicadas. (a type of very annoying bug)
- TorukoLv 69 months ago
Walk with shuffled footing. Noise alerts wildlife and gets them
moving away from your person. Various small mammals may
hiss. Cats, for example/ Many hunt in darkness hours.
- InquizetifLv 710 months ago
Cicadas, they're harmless