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Sankar Prasad Biswas - 2014-06-01
I have a scorpion. I have caught it from a jungle at the evening time. Hopefully it's an emperor. Daniel is a male scorpio. I'm indian. I love him. I give him lizards once in a week. Plz rpl me in facebook. I'll send his picture. Hope you people can help me.

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  • Qasim - 2014-06-11
    dear how are you. dear I want scorpion please contact with me. qasimshahzadgt@yahoo.com
  • Syed Amir Hussain - 2014-06-27
    If you have Scorpio black and his weight is 100gm so tell me and give me thats my contact number call me as soon as possible 00923002300189 with country or city code! And that is my email address is hhussain47@yahoo.com thank you I am waiting for your answer!
  • CH Zain Naveed Yousaf - 2014-07-13
    hi u can send the pictures of your emperor scorp at zain_naveed16@hotmail.com   can i buy it?
  • Akash Jadhav - 2014-07-30
    i want your email id fb ok you sent and i will see your emperor scorpion
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mirza - 2012-07-02
I am looking for pure black scorpion in Dubai(uae). If any one have and want to sale in Dubai than reply me plz

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  • Mohammad Anwer Baloch - 2014-05-18
    I have a lot of black scorpions. If you are interested please contact with me 923002612200
  • Ajab Khan - 2014-06-19
    I have but I am in Pakistan, Pure Black Scorpion.
  • abdul qayyum - 2014-06-27
    Mr. mirza I have scorpions, small ones to big ones, will you buy?
  • Abdullah - 2014-07-09
    If you have black scorpions in Pakistan contact me 03333545375.
  • Rafi Dad - 2014-07-11
    I have jet black 4, blue scropions with yellow legs.
  • Furqan Ahmed Sair - 2014-07-25
    i have many Black and brown Scorpion and Leapard Gecko's if any one is interested so contact me. Text or call Sair 0092-334-3040610
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jeff - 2006-06-21
Everything about these magnificent living creatures is amazing, i highly recomend them as pets. I have a male and a female. Fortunately my female is such a sweetheart, shes actually mellow enough to chill out and walk around on your hand. ill walk around with her on my shoulder. The male on the other hand wont let you get even the slightest, close to him. The stings feel like taps, the pincers on the other...OUCH! In other words you'll know exactly how each ones individual personality is. i started with her on a table and without stressing her walked her back on to my hand, slow and steady is key, twitch and theyll get ya. can ya blame em. DONT GET A SCORPION IF YOUR ALERGIC TO BEE STINGS! Another bit of advise, dont start aggressive. The flatrock scorpion is similar to the emperor but different in appearence. the desert hair is also similar just dont recommend handling them and they are slightly more toxic, but usually only results in a small area with strong pain that goes away in a couple minutes. look em up...you'll like them

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  • Bryce - 2010-12-17
    Hey jeff my gf got me an emperor scorpion do you recommend a towel or a leather glove when handling my female scorpion?
  • joseph - 2011-03-21
    You don't need gloves or towels just hold him.
  • muteeb - 2014-06-20
    i have a scorpion. i want make her weight above the 200 gram. How can i do it
  • junaid - 2014-07-04
    I want to buy your scorpion.... I will pay you 5 back.... contact me 03207654100
  • CH Zain Naveed Yousaf - 2014-07-13
    hi i can pay u 10 000 usd for that scorp kindy send me the pics on zain_naveed16@hotmail.com or call me 00923229926864
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Jing Juance (Bacolod, Philippines) - 2008-03-11
These exotic pets are best pets for display not for "hands-on". my malaysian forest scorpions are 2 1/2 inches (not including the tail) 11 months old and it molts 3 times already.. they are better than the emperor because they move very often and you can see it's perfect scorpion appearance.. remember: handle it with care.

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  • eiann - 2014-05-27
    Can you handle your malaysian rainforest scorpion?
  • Zahid Khan - 2014-07-13
    Hello! I want to buy Malaysian forest scorpion. Any one want to sale, please contact me.Regards. My e-mail address is zahid_khanano@yahoo.com
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justin martin - 2011-02-27
Hi, I just bought a desert hairy scorpion, this is my first one. I was wondering Ibought it in small case it was in with the same original sand. I just wanted to make sure what I need to keep it healthy. What kind of light or a black light a gentleman told me, should I change the sand often, how much water is needed, if I need a bigger tank and with the food I see it eating two creeks, but the other one that was alive he stung and left it alone do I take it out and throw it out? Thank you for the help. justinT

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  • tom - 2011-05-05
    You should never use blacklight all the time. An ultraviolet miney checker type light is good to occasionaly look at your scorpion, but it is proven, that it is detrimental to their health. You will need a 2/5 gallon aquarium type vivarium (aquariums tend to be longer than tall, floor space is the key to housing) they are a ground dwelling species, that burrows from time to time, so mix reptile sand with a small block of coir (coco fiber) or potting clay, to give it a sturdy burrowing substrate, that won't collapse. You don't need to change the sand often, just remove uneaten/dead crickets, locusts and roaches. At the end of the year, do a complete overhaul. Move your scorpion into a small tub, that it can't climb out of. Rinse the substrate and other things and put it all back in.
    Also: feed him 2 crickets every week. Sometimes they go on hunger strike. Don't worry.
  • fakhar shehzad - 2014-02-07
    i have lot of gecko lizards and scorpio...i want to sell them plz contact me,,,fakhar_shehzad@yahoo.com
  • amir - 2014-07-04
    I've the same scorpion you need, if you want to buy it so contact me at this e-mail tommyrite@live.com
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Christine Bean - 2013-07-01
Hi, I live in Oklahoma and find a lot of scorpions that come into the house. How would I go about trying to sell them to people who are interested in these type of scorpions?

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  • Cam - 2013-11-26
    I'd buy, reply via email.
  • abid - 2014-05-17
    Hi my name is Abid I am from Pakistan living in Karachi. I have big quantities of scorpions, but the sizes are small, like 20 grams, 15 grams, and 10 grams. Are you interested in purchasing? Please let me know thanks.
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Big Daddy - 2013-12-16
I have an emporer scorpion his name is Boba and he has quite the personality. He likes to crawl around on my hand and go to sleep on my hand. For some reason he loves tv lol, and I'm so serious I turn a movie on and he's either watching it with me on my hand or watching it through his cage. He also plays a game where I cup my hands and I make a way for him to get out, he either crawls through it or thinks he can't get through it or can't find it and he lightly pinches my skin to open up and let him out :) He doesn't have much of a temper. I got him right after he was at the stage of being able to feed himself so he is still a baby and I get to raise him :)

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josh - 2013-11-17
My dad is trying to convince me to cut the stinger off my scorpion but i dont thing its a good thing to do anyone have reasons NOT cut off its stinger

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-12-10
    Scorpions are look at only, no touch pets. I suggest you respect the animal and don't alter or abuse your pet. When handling is necessary, careful handling will avoid most injuries. Common symptoms of a scorpion sting are irritation, mild pain and temporary numbness. Still, if you don't want to risk being stung then don't handle it.

    Often scorpions will lose their stingers naturally for one reason or another. The stinger will sometimes reform a little with a molt, but it's unlikely it'll ever go back to normal.
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phil - 2009-11-12
I've been noticing my scorpion getting bigger around the mid section but thought nothing of it. It is alone in its cage and has been for up to a year, then one day outta the blue I find it with about 5 little white babies on its back, and about 5 dead in the cage. I guess they don't need a mate to spawn?

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  • Rob - 2010-03-11
    No, they do need a mate to spawn, but depending on the cage conditions and humidity and temperature it can take longer for the female scorpion to give birth. The female scorpion can remain pregnant for a year or longer if not properly kept this is usually uncommon.
  • joe simth - 2010-05-13
    Well that stinks too bad.
  • tristan - 2010-09-12
    Scorpions can stay pregnant up to 12 months.
  • AJ Fisher - 2010-12-16
    Before Emperor scorpions are sold, they are usually housed in large bins. Males are not separated from females. Thus, whenever you buy a female Emperor, chances are, she is already pregnant.
  • nathan boddy - 2011-03-30
    How old is it as she may have been pregnant already as they can carry scorplings for 9-18 months
  • Samantha - 2013-12-05
    I'm studying about scorpions can you help?
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Zach C - 2013-08-13
Hey it's Zach. I just bought an Emperor Scorpion, I've had him for about 7 days. For the first two days he would try to climb to the sides of the glass (which I expected to be normal.) After those two days he burrowed under his water bowl and then I didn't see him for a few days and I stuffed a cricket under there hoping he would eat and I don't see it so he must of eaten it. I lifted the bowl to change his water and when I came back he crawled into another hole he burrowed. Is this normal? He has also been really sluggish and always hiding, day AND night which I think is very odd. Like I said I'm new and I like to learn as much as I can. Also his right side of his body is like white so please explain. I can't tell if all this hiding is normal or the white side is normal Thanks!

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-08-27
    The white may indicate that he is getting ready to molt, so it's best not to disturb him. These scorpions can stay hidden, especially during the day, and tend to be more active at night. To see if this is the case you can get a reptile night light at your pet store. It can be either a black light or a red bulb as neither is seen by the scorpion, but makes it so you can watch the environment.
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