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Bark scorpion

Discussion in 'Creepy Corner' started by Pitbullmom1, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. Pitbullmom1

    Pitbullmom1 Big Dog

    Me and my husband caught a scorpion the other night in our shop and few days later we have like 20 of them! We've caught them in the past and at one point had around 50.

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  2. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Sounds like you need an exterminator. Or napalm.
     
  3. dogeatdog

    dogeatdog Good Dog

    Ewww is that babies on its back?
     
  4. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    Man... Scorpions are one thing I don't miss about Texas.
     
  5. Pitbullmom1

    Pitbullmom1 Big Dog

    Ya the babies stay on the back for a couple weeks. There bad in Oklahoma too. We've been restoring a truck and was just laying on the floor in the shop when we found it! I sure wouldn't want to get stung by one.
     
  6. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    It sucks. They're worse than a bee. That's one critter I will kill on sight, every time, no questions asked.
     
  7. Pitbullmom1

    Pitbullmom1 Big Dog

    Dozer came up on one in the house one time he just about stuck his nose to it before I grabbed his collar, I would've felt so bad if it got him on the nose!
     
  8. ruffiangirl

    ruffiangirl Little Dog

    This, this right here is why i live in the north, yes I have snow for 5-6 months a year, but nothing up here is poisonous, few fleas and ticks.
     

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