Some of our smallest scorpions

Ferrachi

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The small ones live with the bigger ones with no problems ? That's amazing... 3rd photo looks like bigger one is about to eat the smaller one... LOL
 

Scorpion death

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The small ones live with the bigger ones with no problems ? That's amazing... 3rd photo looks like bigger one is about to eat the smaller one... LOL
No the big one is not eating the little one and actually the little ones wave their tail way more then big ones and are very good a hiding almost to the point if your moving enclosures you literally can't find them even after taking props out of enclosure
 

Nikki666

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The small ones live with the bigger ones with no problems ? That's amazing... 3rd photo looks like bigger one is about to eat the smaller one... LOL
So far the little ones haven't been eaten lol, but we keep them pretty well fed, so hopefully they don't. But those little ones are good hiders and they are fast too.
 

Dr SkyTower

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so are these two different species living together, not young ones living with older ones of the same species? That little one looks like it's walking into the jaws of death... "Big Bertha" looks like a hadrurus arizonensis and that small one looks like it's dead :lol:
 

Ferrachi

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So far the little ones haven't been eaten lol, but we keep them pretty well fed, so hopefully they don't. But those little ones are good hiders and they are fast too.
Hopefully the little ones don't get eaten because that's pretty cool that they can all live together like that... LOL
 
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