By sting / Saturday 6 December 2014 01:32 / United States - Valencia
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By  colton_colton  |  49

You will once you sit down

By  colton_colton  |  49

You will once you sit down

  MrsDruidess  |  23

hahaha Murphys law!!

personally I think crap like this is almost guaranteed to happen with pets like these, again Murphys law. If uou wouldn't be ok with them getting out of their containers, maybe not have them in the house. (they ALL get out eventually)

  renrioku  |  15

19 - I am assuming by the "corrections accepted" that 3 did not know how to spell tarantula. Tarantula isn't something you say everyday so a lot of people don't know how to spell it.

  MrConcise  |  34

I dunno, scorpions have two pinchers and a stinger. A tarantula has two fangs. Basic math tells me that I'd rather deal with a tarantula.

But, as a tarantula owner, I am biased. ;)

  Retaheki  |  27

I can't really search up how to spell a word if I can't spell it, and I'm certain he can't. His best help is Google telling him "Did you mean tarantula?"

  Welshite  |  39

Cats and dogs have their own dangers. No matter the animal, there is always some risk associated with it.

People like different animals, including poisonous pets. My pet (non-venomous) has tried to kill me several times, but I still love her.

  Enslaved  |  36

All scorpions are venomous. That's how they hunt their prey. But you're correct, many are not fatal if they sting a human. However, I'm sure there are some that may have an extreme allergic reaction (similar to fatalities to a bee stung).
Heard scorpions glow with a black light.

  slyde32  |  12

that they do, years ago I went to an environmental display, and that was one of the things they had, a scorpion under a black light. looked pretty cool

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