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Scorpions are dangerous venomous insects that can harm any individual; many species glow in a certain Blue Green Color when a particular wavelength of Ultraviolet Falls on them.
They have eight legs and easily recognised by the pair of grabbing pedipalps and the narrow, segmented rear, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a venomous stinger. Scorpions range in size from 9 mm.
Prefers areas where the temperatures range from 20 to 37 °C but may survive temperatures ranging from well below freezing to desert heat. Scorpions of the genus Scorpions remaining in high Asian mountains, bothriurid scorpions from Patagonia and small Euscorpius scorpions from Central Europe can all withstand winter temperatures of about −25 °C.
They are night-loving and fossorial, finding refuge during the day in the relative cool of underground holes or bottoms of rocks and emerging at night to hunt and feed. Scorpions exhibit photophobic behaviour, primarily to evade detection by predators such as possums, birds, rats, mice, centipedes, And lizards.
Scorpions can eat enormous amounts of food at one sitting. They have a very active food accommodation organ with meagre metabolic rate coupled with a relatively stable lifestyle.
This lifestyle permits scorpions to survive long times when denied of food; some can persist 6 to 12 months of hunger.