Advertisement So I've mentioned it in other threads I posted, and the replies have not been positive. Which shouldn't be surprising, but I took the word of the first supplier I ever met with them who was selling them as a colony. Nonetheless, I'm already expecting anywhere between 4 and 5 in the next couple of weeks and I'm probably going to try communal. if I end up receiving 5, I'll probably separate one and put the others in a large plastic tub that I used to house an adult ball python in. It's not very tall, but it has a lot of surface area. My logic is that they're four 1 inch long scorpions, they've been known to be burrowers that like to hide,and so a 50 quart tub should give them enough room that as long as I give them enough food I'm hoping they don't cannibalize each other. I plan on having a few bigger rocks partially buried, plenty of cork bark, and a substrate that holds up well to burrowing ( so they get that done asap). Am I being overly optimistic? Is this doomed to fail? I know these aren't a very popular species in the hobby, but maybe people with more experience with keeping scorpions communal he can give me their advice.