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    Hey Larry, my family has a dog that loves to eat scorpions, and considering my experience, I would be glad to lend her to you! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] jk...

    cool pic... but I hate them things... It's one thing to havem behind glass... but running around your home... no... just no.

    the baby gecko is adorable!
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    hey larry

    do you leave that blacklight on your scorpion alot?? i hope not cause they will slowly die. the UV rays put out by the blacklight are like those put out by the sun and the sun is deadly to scorpions. its basically like humans and sun, if we are exposed to the sun or UV rays for too long, our skin and eyes get damages and eventually develope cancer. scorpions are the same way, but even more sensitive. ive had scorpions die because of blacklights. i no longer expose them under blacklights for amusement. i just thought id let ya know. well, have a great day larry and everyone else.

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    Alaska (with the exception of SouthEast) only has one amphibian and no reptiles... so here's the amphibian [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] It's a Wood Frog that was in my back yard this summer..

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    Josh, no, its a portable blacklight that I pull out once in a blue moon for demonstration purposes only [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
    A couple minutes doesn't seem to bother them.
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    Scorpions Yuck . Why anyone would have one of them for a pet gets me . I use to live in a house that had them ones that can kill you bark scorpions I think there called . I use to kill one every week .

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    I can understand hating scorpions if they were invading your house. I wouldn't want loose scorpions running around my house! Other than that, scorpions are interesting and beautiful creatures. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    scorpions in north america are harmless. west871, do you live in arizona, nevada, utah area?? if so, the scorpion you call a bark scorpion is Centruroides exilicauda and is north americas only deadly scorpion. just how deadly is it?? well, it most likely wouldnt kill you. the sting could kill a small child or a elderly person, but a healthy person would most likely just swell and experience severe pain. if you live in the south east however, the scorpions you will find are centruroides vitattus, gracilis, or even vaejovis carolinensis and all 3 of these are totally harmless. i have scorpions. they are very interresting and even more fun to find them in the wild! most of you out there would be surprised at how many scorpions are actually around you when you go into the wilderness. on nights with a new moon, you can go out with a portable blacklight and find hundreds of them all around you. ive done it before and its really cool! very nice pics of the scorpions by the way larry. thank you for sharing them!

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    this isn't my lizard, I just found it: (that peice of wrinkled skin isn't my stomache, it's my dads' hand. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] )

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