Advertisement On May 6th I bought a scorpion, the lady I bought it from told me it could live in this deli cup it's entire life and be fine as long as I kept the substrate moist and fed it crickets every other week. She told me it's an Asian Forest Scorpion. I know I don't want to keep it in this deli cup, that doesn't seem like correct information, and honestly to me, seems cruel. I looked into it and I think I have the basic idea of what it needs, so I went out and got supplies the next day to more properly care for it until I had a chance to do more research and talk to someone who knows more than I do. BUT, plot twist, when I got home from supply shopping, I found that my new scorpion had this little white baby on it's back. I read that you shouldn't move her while she's having babies, so at the moment she's still in the deli cup. There is one baby on the substrate at the moment, and two on her back. How should I deal with the one on the ground? should I leave it, try to put it on her back, take it out? I don't want it to die, I want them all to be ok. What should I do? I have never had a scorpion before, have no experience with anything like this at all. I know I should have done more research on this, but I never expected babies, I was under the impression that it was a male. I just want them all to be ok and cared for properly.