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Arachnids: Whip Scorpions (Uropygi)

Whip Scorpions

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Unlike their “cousins”, which sport stingers and are often found in urban settings, these “false” scorpions, occasionally spotted in wooded areas--particularly during the rainy season--are no more a menace than the acetic acid they tend to share with over-zealous handlers.

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