Emperor Scorpions are harmless to humans unless you have an allergy to the venom as some people do with bees. The sting is said to be as painful as a wasps and they can deliver a quite strong pinch with their pedipalps (pinchers).
yes because they are poisonous
Emperor scorpions do hibernate.They will move every once in a wile.
You can keep emperor scorpions together, yes they do enjoy a bit of company, I currently am keeping two baby emperor scorpions at home.
Yes. Emperor scorpions do fine living in the same tank.
Mostly Alot of emperor scorpions are found in Egypt, and Kansas.
all scorpions are poisoness but most stings are very painful but not deadly
i hate scorpions so everything
yes they do alot of scorpions are found there
I believe that the bigger scorpions are larger and also the smaller ones tend to be less big. It is my understanding that scorpions are only deadly in fatal cases. Hope this helps. Alan
No; of the 1000 or so species, only 25 are deadly to humans.
Emperor Scorpions are the largest species of scorpions in the world and spend most of their time burrowing or hiding. One would find these in the section of a pet store with reptiles such as snakes.
Any Kind of Scorpions with a Deadly Stinger so basically every one of them
all scorpions are deadly cause they have the thing in their tail which is full of venom and poison
Tropical forests in western Africa
Around 5 years.
Yes but with weak poison.
the scorpions or its big leader emperor scorpion