I am a backyard bark scorpion hobbyist who has found great interest in keeping this creatures as pets rather than just killing them on sight. They are so fascinating and I've learned so much but have so much more to learn. Right now I'm going into my 3rd year and have 42 scorpions in 7 tanks of various size. Of those 42 about 12 are very gravid females. In the last 2 years, I separate the mom after she births then after scorplings go through first molt and start leaving her back, I remove the mom. I then have had the babies together in one tank. But in both the past 2 years, all babies have died. In a couple occasions I have had one or 2 in separate tubs but it didn't matter - they died too. I am looking for any advice or help in having this years babies survive. I do this for my own interest and pleasure. I am amazed at how much I get out of having these guys as pets. I would appreciate any advice, tips or pointers. I also don't really know what to feed them so little. I have seen then eat cricket legs and even get their own cricket but sometimes I think those nasty crickets can do more harm to the babies. Please help! The scorpling season is about to start. Thank you!