We got my son an emperor scorpion for Christmas, so we've had him for about three weeks now. He (it)is in a 10 gallon tank with 3-4" of damp coco fiber, several hides, a heating pad on side and IR lamp kept on low via dimmer switch on same side. Covered top to retain humidity. Tank temp ranges 73ish on one end to upper 80s on the warmer end. He has dug himself a nice burrow in the flower pot in the cooler side of the tank and we hardly see him. Looking for suggestions on feeding him. Since he's such a a recluse, tongs don't work. But I hesitate to just drop in crickets or worms that may cause a danger if he's molting. I did drop in a few crickets last week and they have disappeared, so I'm pretty sure he ate them. Mealworms and superworms are much easier to keep, but I don't know how to feed them without them burrowing and ending up with beetles that could harm a new molt later on (esp. if I don't know when he's molting bc he's so antisocial). We already had one superworm escape on us (I think). Should I be concerned enough to go gently digging around for it before it morphs? I didn't know about squashing heads before reading about it today, and don't know if I can do that (, lol) Are there any dishes that can contain mealworms that the emperor can climb in and out of when he chooses to eat? Thanks for any advice you can provide.