Scorpions For Sale

Scorpions For Sale

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Scorpion Buying & Care : How to Buy a Pet Scorpion

Scorpion Buying & Care : How to Buy a Pet Scorpion

Scorpions can be bought online or in pet stores. Research online sellers. Check scorpions in the pet store for girth, eating habits, missing legs, tail damage and damage to the carapace with tips from a pet industry worker and exotic pet enthusiast in this free video on pet care. Expert: Cordell Jaques Bio: Cordell Jaques has worked in the pet industry for about 10 years. Filmmaker: Travis Waack

Black scorpions for sale from Cameroon African

Black scorpions for sale from Cameroon African

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6 Worst Scorpions in the World

6 Worst Scorpions in the World

Worst scorpions in the world! Here's a survival guide for adventurers on the treatment & symptoms of the worst scorpion encounters. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: carlito1705@icloud.com What are they? Scorpions are arachnids found all over the world with over 2,000 different species. They’ve got eight legs, a tail with a sack & a stinger at the end. They’re incredibly adaptable often living in harsh climates. When food is scarce, they have the unique ability to slow their metabolism & live off as little as one insect per year. Scorpions tend to stay away from us but they also love the dark spaces that houses & old buildings provide. They use their pinchers to grab hold of their food before using their stinger. 6: The Striped Bark Scorpion The striped bark scorpion is one of the most commonly encountered scorpions in America coming in at number six. Every year thousands are stung by this critter found in the South western parts of America & Northern Mexico. By day, they hide under rocks, plants, or in the cracks of buildings. At night, they surface in search of food. Their pale yellow colour with black stripes down the side helps them blend into the desert environment & they can grow from three to four inches in length. Their diet consists of insects, smaller arachnids & spiders. Where are they located? Nocturnal creatures, they’re active at night, but rest during the day. In the wild, they can often be found hiding under rocks, within plants & under bits of bark. With their quick reproductive rate scorpions can easily turn into a problem in the home. Needing only the tiniest of spaces to enter your home, they can hide in attics, basements, shoes, clothes, & other dim areas. Some species are known to enjoy spending time upside down, & can be found on the underside of your table. Woodpiles are also great place to hang out, so always double check before grabbing wood! Just saying. Number Four: The Brazilian Yellow Scorpion The Brazilian yellow scorpion lives in Brazil's tropical habitats it prefers to keep its distance from people, but can also be found in cities because its food is attracted to the garbage & vegetation. When fully grown, the Brazilian yellow scorpion is almost 3 inches long, normally a yellow-brown colour with yellow limbs. The Brazilian yellow scorpion's stinger can deliver some long-lasting effects. 3: The Black Fat-tailed Scorpion The black fat-tailed scorpion is number three on our list. The black fat-tailed scorpion prefers warm & dry areas & is often found on the outskirts of deserts in the Middle East & North & West Africa. They're black or brown in color, have a hefty build, & can grow up to 3.5 inches in length. The black fat-tailed scorpion eats lizards, insects, spiders, scorpions, & even small mammals such as mice. The black fat tailed’s scorpion, is different from other scorpions. 2: The Indian Red Scorpion The Indian red scorpion has a sting that's sure to keep any predator away. Found in India & parts of Pakistan, Nepal, & Sri Lanka, this arachnid prefers a humid subtropical or tropical climate. It’s found in populated areas & often finds its way into houses. Generally, it grows to between 2 to 3.5 inches long. Its colors vary slightly, but they’re usually a dark orange, a dull or a bright red-brown with grey ridges. 1: The Arizona Bark Scorpion Number one on our list is the Arizona bark scorpion, which has the worst scorpion stinger out of any scorpion on the planet. Common to South west America & Northwest Mexico, the Arizona bark scorpion is light brown & measures anywhere between 2.5 & 3.5 inches. Feeding on small insects like cockroaches, beetles, crickets & the occasional scorpion or two. Hiding during the day in dark damp places to avoid the intense desert sun they enter your home. The Arizona bark scorpion accounts affects thousands of people in the US every year & around 100,000 people in Mexico.

Black rock scorpions for sale

Black rock scorpions for sale

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Scorpions for sale

Scorpions for sale

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Top 10 Most Expensive Liquids In The World

Top 10 Most Expensive Liquids In The World

Top 10 most expensive liquids in the world. *SUBSCRIBE* to see weekly List / Fact videos! https://goo.gl/vQRXAn SOCIAL MEDIA - Follow me for cookies. My Instagram: https://instagram.com/matt.r.c_ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/wowsoamaze Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wowsoamaze If you have any copyright issues then please contact me directly via the contact button on my channels "about " page. Music by Ben @ Bensound.com Images and videos are used under YouTube's fair usage policy. Licensed Under Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ TRANSCRIPT: HUMAN BLOOD – $1,500 Human Blood $1500 per gallon. Most liquids on this list are expensive because of how rare they are but human blood isn't really that rare. The cost is driven up because of how expensive the whole process is, you need people, equipment, storage and it also costs rather a lot to test the blood to make sure its free from any diseases. And no don't worry, I'm not going to crack any vampire jokes BLACK PRINTER INK – $2,700 Unbelievably black printer ink is one of the 10 most expensive liquids in the world It costs a crazy 2700 dollars per gallon and drop for drop its more expensive than Dom Perignon champagne. Manufacturing the ink isn't really that expensive, your actually paying for the high costs of the research and development of inkjet technology. Printers themselves are often pretty cheap. That's because they're mostly sold at a loss, The manufacturer will make most of its money from the printer ink you buy later that's the reason the always recommended you use official branded inks. MERCURY – $3,400 Mercury, 3400 dollars per gallon Mercury is commonly known as quicksilver and it mostly used in things like fluorescent lamps, electronics and it used to be used in medicine. Is the only metal in the world that stays in a liquid state at room temperature but why is it so expensive? Well its simply because its not that easy to locate deposits and then its a lengthy process to extract and process it. INSULIN – $9,400 Insulin - $9400 dollars per gallon. Insulin is produced in our bodies, its a hormone made by the pancreas that's responsible for delivering glucose into our blood so it can be used as fuel. Diabetics don't produce enough insulin so their body has a tougher time controlling their blood sugar levels. Insulin is expensive because of the process involved in manufacturing it. Doctors used to prescribe insulin extracted from cows and pigs but the new bio-synthetic version is much more effective and much more expensive. Because of its super high costs their are countless diabetics around that world that simply cannot afford to buy it. CHANNEL NO.5 – $26,000 Channel No.5, $26000 per gallon. Pretty much everyone has heard of this luxurious perfume. The prestigious brand has been around since the early 1920's since that time the brand and the perfume have built up a reputation to be one of the best in the world and like most things in the fashion world, you pay for the name and the image. KING COBRA VENOM– $153,000 King Cobra Venom - $153000 dollars per gallon. The snakes venom is considered to be one of the most potent venom's in the world. It can easily kill a full size elephant so just imagine the havoc it would wreak on us humans if bitten. That being said, why would anyone want to pay such a high price for it, I'd want to stay as far away from it as possible. Well it used in a special type of painkillers, painkillers that are 20 times more powerful than morphine. SCORPION VENOM – $39,000,000 Scorpion Venom, the most expensive liquid in the world. Scorpion venom costs a staggering 39 million dollars per gallon, Scorpions use their venom to kill or paralyze their prey, and as a defense against predators. Us humans well we like to use it to treat things like arthritis and to make anti-venom's. but why is it so absurdly expensive? Well it just incredibly hard to obtain, its extracted by electrical stimulation and one yield only produces on average 0.5mgs of venom. Basically if you could somehow extract that much in a day you would have to extract it from way more than a quarter of a million Scorpions.

Scorpions For Sale In Beijing

Scorpions  For Sale In Beijing

Live scorpions for sale!

Live scorpions for sale!

Found in Beijing near the fancy shopping district.

Spiders for sale! (2011)

Spiders for sale! (2011)

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