Advertisement Hi all, A friend of mine has a friend who does research on grasshopper mice, they almost exclusively eat scorpions, and she has some leftover scorpions that she would like to adopt out instead of freezing them. I'm picking up the last one or two Hadrurus arizonensis from her but the kicker is, she has almost 100 Centruroides sculpturatus that need homes. Obviously these are harder to re-home due to potency and I said I would reach out to see if any one local would like to adopt some. You would have to be experienced with potent animals, be local or willing to drive to East Lansing, MI and have a secure location to keep them where wandering children or pets couldn't get at them (it would also be frowned upon to get a bunch to sell them). I was tempted to grab a Centruroides since I keep spiders with nastier venom but I opted for the Hadrurus since I've never kept a scorpion before. If anyone has other creative solutions I would love to hear them.