We have some Arizona Bark scorpions for sale at affordable pricing. This communal species is extremely popular and extraordinarily hardy—during U.S. nuclear bomb testing in the desert, these scorpions were found at ground zero with no noticeable negative effect. These are the most venomous scorpions in the United States, and no sales are allowed to anyone under 18 years of age. Do not handle this species under any circumstances. When you buy a scorpion from us, you automatically receive our 100% live arrival guarantee.Arizona Bark Scorpion
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Arizona bark scorpions are eaten by a wide variety of animals such as pallid bats, birds (especially owls), reptiles, and other vertebrates. Some examples include spiders, snakes, peccaries, rodents, and other scorpions. Development, pesticides and collecting scorpions for research or the pet trade also reduces the bark scorpion population.
The painful and potentially deadly venom of Arizona bark scorpions has little effect on grasshopper mice. Scientists have found the scorpion toxin acts as an analgesic rather than a pain stimulant in grasshopper mice.
Arizona bark scorpions have a gestation period of several months, are born live, and are gently guided onto their mother’s back. The female usually gives birth to anywhere from 25 to 35 young. These remain with their mother until their first molt, which can be up to 3 weeks after birth. Arizona bark scorpions have a life expectancy of about 6 years.
Arizona bark scorpions, like most other scorpions, are incredibly resilient. During US nuclear testing, scorpions, along with cockroaches and lizards, were found near ground zero with no recorded adverse effects
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