Scorpions are predatory arachnids in the order Scorpiones. Like all arachnids like spiders, have four legs on each side of their body. Unlike spiders, they have that discernably segmented tail, and a pair of crab-like pinchers called pedipalps. You may assume that, for the most part, all scorpions are the same, only differing in color and size, but that is far from reality. Some families of scorpions are unique, including the unpleasant-looking family of whip scorpions. All scorpions have a venomous sting, but the vast majority of the species do not represent a serious threat to humans.


In most cases, healthy adults do not need any medical treatment after being stung. Scorpions are known to glow a vibrant blue-green when exposed to wavelengths of ultraviolet light such as that produced by a black light, due to the presence of fluorescent chemicals in the cuticle. If you’ve seen these creatures around your home or property, check out the Bulwark guide on how to get rid of whip scorpions and everything you should know about them.

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