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Scorpions have two venom glands that produce venom used in hunting and self defense. Scorpions do not have bones instead they have an exoskeleton made of chitin, which is similar to the shell of a shrimp. Scorpions are found all across the world. There are over 2,000 different species found on six of the seven continents.

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Etymology. The word scorpion is thought to have originated in Middle English between 1175 and 1225 AD from Old French scorpion, or from Italian scorpione, both derived from the Latin scorpius, which is the romanization of the Greek word σκορπίος – skorpíos.. Geographical distribution. Scorpions are found on all major land masses except Antarctica. Scorpions did not occur naturally ...

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Scorpions are arachnids and have eight legs like their cousins—spiders, mites, and ticks. They can quickly grab an insect with their pincers and whip their telson, the poisonous tip of their tail forward and sting their prey. They use their poison to kill prey and to defend against predators. Scorpions look like small lobsters and may be the first animals to move from water to land hundreds ...

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Scorpions are predatory arthropod animals of the order Scorpiones within the class Arachnida. They have eight legs and are easily recognised by the pair of grasping pedipalps and the narrow ...

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All Scorpions are poisonous, but only 30 to 40 of them have enough toxins to kill a human being. 5. Mothers can attack and eat their young when no other food is available. 6. Scorpions do not chew their food, they dissolve the tissues of their prey with digestive juices and aspirate the nutrients in semi-liquid form. 7.

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The most dangerous and poisonous scorpion in Arizona is the bark scorpion, also known as crevice scorpion. These types of scorpions appear to be pale in color and hard to see. They are commonly found in their habitat in rocky areas and able climbers. Bark scorpions are an exception, while all of the other scorpions are solitary in nature.

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The arachnids include spiders, harvestmen, ticks and mites, and all manner of scorpion-like creatures that aren't really scorpions: whipscorpions, pseudoscorpions, and windscorpions. Like their arachnid cousins, scorpions have two body parts (cephalothorax and abdomen) and four pairs of legs.

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Scorpions typically eat insects, but their diet can be extremely variable—another key to their survival in so many harsh locales. When food is scarce, the scorpion has an amazing ability to slow ...

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Scorpions come in many sizes and colors, but most of the ones you'll see in Arizona are usually pale gold or tan in color. Although some scorpions in other parts of the world can be six inches long or longer, most of the adult scorpions in metro Phoenix are probably less than 3 inches long. They have a venom bulb at the end of a long tail.

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Scorpions usually eat insects, but larger scorpions won’t say no to a dinner of lizard.The largest scorpions can be 8 inches long, but most are only about 2 ½ inches. All scorpions have venom, but out of 2,000 species, only about 30 have venom strong enough to kill a person.