Scorpions have different colors, such as brownish brown, brown, gray and black, and vary in size from 18 to 1.5 centimeters. But due to its flat shape, it can also slip through 3 mm wide gaps to enter the house.
Scorpions are found in an outdoors environment in the gaps between the rocks, under the bark of the trees, between the 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 their ears all 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.
Scorpions often capture insectivores and are important in this regard. They are often black beetles and if they can hunt frogs too. After hunting, they begin to bite the bait first, then begin to crush the body through the clearser or jaws, and at the same time, it becomes liquid in the form of an enzyme secretion.
In the area of the mouth they have filaments that act as filters and prevent the entry of small food particles into the esophagus because food should only be introduced in liquid form. Therefore, the hard materials are thrown in the form of bullet rubbers. That’s why the action of eating food in the scorpions lasts and sometimes lasts up to 24 hours. Scorpions also need water, and wet scorpions usually drink water separately, and the scorpions in the dry areas also provide water from the body of the bait.
The scorpions, after eating, spend hours cleaning themselves and they are cleaning their legs and clears with a liquid that secretes from the mouth. The scorpions have great resistance to hunger and thirst, which can survive for months without water and food
Of the nearly 200 different scorpions scattered throughout the world, only about 20 species are poisonous, among which a red Indian scorpion is the deadliest species, with a rate of trapping in the Indian state of between 40% and 30%.
Scorpio has many species that in Iran two species of Iranos and Khuzestanos have been discovered in Iran and have been registered as Iranian Scorpio. There are three types of scorpions in Iran that there are reports of death from their bites:
1- “Hemicurpius lepturus”, which is scorpio yellow and small. The males are getting up. This scorpion is very abundant in the south and southwest and is called “Gadim” in Khuzestan.
2- “Compsobutos Matejiseni”, which has a very small, narrow body in yellow or brick. This is also abundant in the southern regions, especially in Khuzestan. Poison The two scorpion species can destroy red blood cells.
3- Endocrine corcinoid, which has a thicker coat of the two species, and is black or brown in color. This species is scattered in most parts of Iran.
The Scorpions have two natural enemies, one of them is a kind of roaring and the other is flying. Scorpions are only creatures that do not have an effect on radioactive radiation. The weakest scorpions tolerate 40,000 rads (absorbent ionizing radiation unit), which is less than just 600 radians in humans and thus survive even an atomic bomb.
The suicide of the scorpions*
Some imagine that when a scorpion is enclosed by fire or placed in hard conditions, the scorpion takes its tail over its head and puts a bite in its head and suicides. But this is a false belief, and it’s just a legend and has no scientific basis. In fact, when scorpions are surrounded by fire, they want to defend themselves with biting movements around, in the sense of biting whatever it is in front of them, and at the same time he wants to bite the fire, creating the impression that he himself Bites
The scorpions, like other animals, resist any difficult situation until the moment of death, and these conditions have arisen to take their lives, not to commit suicide themselves. But why the scorpions die in the ring of fire depends on the amount of scorpion resistance against heat, which is due to the rising temperature of the surrounding area. In other words, the scorpions can not withstand high temperatures, and most of them die at a temperature of 40 ° C, but instead tolerate very low temperatures and zero degrees. The cause of the death of a scorpion at high temperatures is because of rapid loss of water, coagulation of the hemolymph and obstruction of the arteries and veins.
How to Identify Iranian Scorpions*
1. Scrubs are small, medium and triangular. Side eyes 2 to 5 pcs. The femur has 10 or more tricoty hands. The patch is in the hands on the abdominal surface without a tricot. Spray-dried granular or granular. The sexes of the old world, the tail is usually strong and firm. The pedigallos are pulled. Their color varies greatly. Some species are yellow or brown, some black.
2. Stenum (pectoral). Pylypulps are wide and very strong, especially in the hands of the pediopulpatum. Side effects are 3 pixels. The outer surface of the paddle with 13 to 15 tricycles of tars has an edge and slightly curved.
3. Stenomal pentagon, pedialulopus, broad and very strong, especially in the hands of the pedialulopus.
There are 3 or 2 side eyes, a smooth and no granule shield, a subaculear spine or not.Scorpio family