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Scorpion Videos

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Gav0r, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. ~Abyss~

    ~Abyss~ Arachnoking Old Timer

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  2. Heterometrus swammerdami - "A tough meal'

    [YOUTUBE]695sIjvSJ5w[/YOUTUBE]
     
  3. Heterometrus petersii - Mating session

    Another mating of a H. petersii

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  4. Androctonus Australis Hector

    Androctonus Australis Hector Vid 8 "Deadly Statue"

    [YOUTUBE]zvl4DmtdgdY[/YOUTUBE]
     
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  5. aznative86

    aznative86 Arachnosquire

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  6. Greenjewls

    Greenjewls Arachnobaron

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  7. scropionken

    scropionken Arachnopeon

  8. KDiiX

    KDiiX Arachnobaron

    My little Valentines Day special ;-)

    [YOUTUBE]watch?v=ZilVrIEska8&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/YOUTUBE]
     
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  9. BAM1082

    BAM1082 Arachnoknight


    The tacklebox method rocks for raising slings. ; I saw your videos GS and applied the knowledge. (Thanks!)

    Using a tacklebox or stackable delis is the only way i'll keep and raise more than a few from a brood.

    With the video mentioned, im sure that they will be re-housed before the next moult.
     
  10. Galapoheros

    Galapoheros ArachnoGod Old Timer

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  11. KDiiX

    KDiiX Arachnobaron

  12. KDiiX

    KDiiX Arachnobaron

  13. KDiiX

    KDiiX Arachnobaron

  14. KDiiX

    KDiiX Arachnobaron

  15. KDiiX

    KDiiX Arachnobaron

  16. JLPicard

    JLPicard Arachnosquire

  17. TheScorpionMan

    TheScorpionMan Arachnoknight

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    My little H. Franzwerneri eating.

     
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  18. brolloks

    brolloks Arachnobaron

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    Leiurus quinquestriatus having a hard time with a cricket.
     
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  19. shining

    shining Arachnodemon

    Handling my old friend (Parabuthus liosoma) during a rehousing. Rest in peace, Cinnamon.



    (That's a make shift bandage for the gnarly cut on my palm from the glass enclosure edges and not a fashion statement, glass be sharp, yo.)