- Apr 21, 2016
I just got back from school a few minutes ago and I found my beloved first scorpion like this: Normally she is extremely active. The thing is, ever since I bought her in July, she has only eaten about 4 times. Those 4 times consisted of very small items. She has refused to eat otherwise. The substrate is deep enough for her to make a comfortable burrow in which she has done at least once but my mother forced me to demolish it because she thought the scorpion probably escaped (Veni the H.petersii lived in her burrow for 2 months without coming out, hence my mother's agitation). Right now she is barely moving in the state she is in and isn't doing anything. She has never molted in my care and I presume she is wild caught. Is this a death pose? Please I need answers!