Fat-tailed scorpion

Fat-tailed scorpion

The fat-tailed scorpion is one of the world's most dangerous scorpions.

Biology

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scorpion, Africa, Asia, arachnids, sting, venom, venom gland, dangerous, chelicera, stinger, claw, predator, arthropod, arthropods, animal, biology

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