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Last edited at 12:11AM on 4/21/2011
I will assume that you are referring to the old myth that scorpions are usually found in pairs - rather than to their reproductive qualities.
Scorpions are not sociable creatures and generally prefer solitude. The exception is of course during times when they mate.
On the off chance that you are referring to reproduction, scorpions are viviparous, and, depending on the species, will give birth to anywhere from two to one-hundred scorplings. The average litter, however, is eight to ten.