Scorpion or scorpion are small creatures with 8 feet and a bite that are scattered throughout the world. The most dangerous scorpions in the world live in hot deserts, and the most dangerous scorpions in Iran are also activated in hot areas, and at night their deadly movements begin. Iran’s scorpions, like the world’s deadliest and most dangerous scorpion, have mouths like prickles and kill deadly poison from the bottom of the body on the bait. The most dangerous Iranian scorpions are waiting for hunting under rocks and holes.
Black scorpion is one of the most dangerous Iranian scorpions seen in the Middle East and Africa. It has a very wild and aggressive behavior. 70 to 90 mm in size.
This species lives in semi-arid, wet areas and stapes. Dry deserts are not considered by this scorpion, and in some cases up to high altitudes in the Zagros mountains.
The venom of this scorpion is similar to the botanical family and the injured person should be under medical care. Reports from injured people indicate the effect of the poison on the respiratory, cardiovascular and respiratory system.
Getting to know the most deadly, most toxic and most dangerous scorpions in Iran
Iranian Yellow Scorpion – The Most Dangerous Scorpion in the World
The scorpion of the Odentbot seafront or the Iranian yellow scorpion has a small size and is between 40 and 60 mm in diameter. Pale yellow yellow and the most dangerous scorpion in the world is always ready to attack. Of course the yellow scorpion fist is not deadly! In the provinces of Kerman, Yazd, Isfahan, Central, Qazvin, Semnan, Kermanshah, Bushehr and even deserts around Tehran.
Small ascor spit-
The color of the yellow scorpion is tilted to 40-50 mm in size, and the size of the bark is very good, and the poison is relatively weak. Arid and semi-arid regions are more liked by vegetation and are also found in Khuzestan, Hormozgan, Kermanshah, West Azarbaijan, Khorasan, Ilam, Kurdistan and Tehran (Varamin and Barangon) provinces. The most dangerous scorpions in the world are also seen in Iran.
Scorpio Zagros – The Most Terrible Scorpion-
By 2000, Scorpio seemed to be native to Iran, but examples of this dangerous Persian scorpion were seen in some neighboring countries. Unlike other scorpions, it lives in temperate and humid areas, rocky and covered with vegetation. It looks different from the Iranian scorpions and it seems to me terrible. Between 36 and 38 mm is big. In the provinces of Fars, Isfahan, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad, Yazd, Kerman, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, and Zagros highlands are very visible.
Iranian black scorpion – the most dangerous scorpion in the world
Of the most dangerous Iranian scorpions seen in the Middle East and Africa, it has a very wild and aggressive behavior! 70 to 90 mm in size and live in semi-arid and steppe areas. Do not like the desert deserts, and the sting of a Persian black duck is very deadly. The respiratory, cardiovascular, and cardiovascular system is severely damaged by the scorpion bite and has a risk of death for the individual. Examples of this scorpion have been seen in the Abu Musa Islands, large and small. The poison of this scorpion is as dangerous as the scorpion girdle.
Balochi scorpion – the world’s most toxic scorpion-
The Balochi Scorpio is one of the deadliest Iranian scorpions of the world, the medium-sized, most toxic scorpion of the world. The most deadly Iranian scorpions in Sistan and Baluchestan and South Khorasan provinces are facing a great deal of danger! The antidote’s pharmaceutical plants produced the deadly scorpion, but it was still better to avoid it.
Scars have different colors, such as brownish brown, brown, gray and black, and vary in size from about 1.5 to 18 centimeters, but through their bodily shape, flat and smooth, they can also cross 3 mm wide gaps. Enter the house of human beings.
Scouts are found in the outdoors in gaps and gaps between rocks, under the bark of trees, between firewood and the like, and are seen in the home in the bathroom, in the bathroom, in the kitchen, in the kitchen and in the wet environments. These animals hide in the hollow ears throughout the day and start their activities during the night and go after their hunt, and inject their poison through their sting at the tail end of their hunt.