What Does a Scorpion Look like?

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Scorpions are arthropods, meaning that they have a segmented body. The main body is made of the head and the abdomen. At the end of the abdomen is a tail with six segments. A scorpion has eight legs and two large claws. They range in color from light brown to black.
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Scorpion
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Arachnida Order: Scorpiones
Scorpions are nocturnal and occur on all continents except for Antarctica, being most diverse in arid subtropical habitats. Scorpions, and spiders, have the slowest metabolic rate of all the arthropods and thus spend most of their... More »
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