Advertisement Hi, all 1. So, I was looking at Dragon (my female M. Giganteus), and I noticed her abdomen has always been round and bulbous. However, i've also seen some other pictures of M. Giganteus with more slimmed-down and darker-colored abdomens. Does this happen when she gets older and moults, or what? 2. How big will she grow? 3. What is the ideal vertebrate prey for a full-sized M. Gigantea or Heterometrus? I wasn't going to feed Dragon (or the future aforementioned scorpion) a diet entirely made of vertebrates (cause I heard that was unhealthy) so this was going to be a one-time experience. I was going to put it in a feeding enclosure (so the blood, guts and all that doesn't stain the substrate and stink up the enclosure) and feed it a manageable vertebrate prey (for filming of my documentary I told you guys about a while ago). So, what would be a good, manageable vertebrate prey item? A pinkie mouse? A small snake, even? I've heard of M. Giganteus snacking on lizards every now and then, so I was just wondering.