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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote ***Subscribe!! More Arizona Beast Bug videos Every Week!*** NOTE: only buy/capture ADULT Desert Hairy Scorpions, the juveniles require special care to survive molting, Adults are done molting for life. WARNING: Be careful when packing down the sand that you don’t crack the glass on the bottom of the tank. Forget basic care guides, get the most out of owning a burrowing scorpion ! Desert Hairies love to burrow, let them! You will love watching them build a network of tunnels over time. They are tough animals who could survive almost anything, but having the proper setup ensures a happier, healthier animal and also gives you more viewing pleasure. Watch how they create tunnels, digging with their legs as well as mouth-parts. Watch how they create pitfalls into the tunnel and wait patiently under then for a cricket to fall in. Gain insight into their natural behaviors. Expectancy: 10+ years Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • Victor murray 1 year ago

    Thank you so much

  • orlando las vegas 1 year ago

    Great video, thanks.

  • BLSBerzerker996 1 year ago

    why don't the scorpions eat the Beatles

  • Zane Smith 1 year ago

    I caught 20 of these last night at my uncles house in mesa Arizona.

  • xhellboundx 1 year ago

    eh dont like you having it on your face that far from the ground.

  • Progressive Discussions 1 year ago

    My medium sized Desert Hairy mysteriously died. Was I supposed to not give it any water?

  • Tyler Zabel 1 year ago

    how can I dry it out faster

  • dixie normous 1 year ago

    Well done.

  • Progressive Discussions 1 year ago

    How you do pick up your Desert Hairy? Mine is very aggressive. I have mine with an ancient Egyptian theme on black sand, since this scorpion digs and makes dunes, which makes it look great. I use a clam shell of water crystals to take the place of a moist burrow.

  • Toxic_ Games1331 1 year ago

    Cool video. I really want one of these scorpions. I keep arachnids and centipedes already. But I've never had a scorpion.

  • Ima Slide In Them DM's 1 year ago

    How much exactly is your whole setup? I'm really interested!

  • slifer 9990 1 year ago

    this guy is awesome, he has some charisma going :D

  • Dani California 1 year ago

    How many scorpions can you keep in a tank together?

  • Cozmic Mojo 1 year ago

    That's so cool that the Scorpion won't eat the beetles! Thats awesome.

  • miguel dejesus 1 year ago

    Beetle be like: HOUSE KEEPING!!! JUST GONNA TAKE OUT YOU SHIT

  • frankie morales 1 year ago

    Would these beetles work for Emperor Scorpions, and Asian Forest Scorpions as well??

  • Cipher Nine 1 year ago

    Thats amazing that the scorpion didn't attack the other bug wow!

  • Cipher Nine 1 year ago

    How on earth do you know the scorpion is not going to sting you ?

  • Patrick Fobian 1 year ago

    I've kept both Death Feigning Beetles and Desert Hairy's and had no idea they could be kept together! That's really cool. Do you do a seasonal deep cleaning where everything goes or have you not had to? By seasonal I mean say every 6mos or every year.

  • Jeff harper 1 year ago

    awesome Video dude. just got a desert scorpion and didn't know they like to burrow like this

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