Information about the Common Black Scorpion:
The Common Black Scorpion is native to the dry, arid regions of the Middle East (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel) and in Egypt in the Sinai Peninsula. They are smaller in size, only about 3.3-4.3 inches long (85-110 mm.) While the venom in this arachnid is highly toxic to the scorpion's prey, it is not life-threatening to humans and no fatalities have ever been recorded. During the day the scorpion hides from the heat of the desert under a rock or in a burrow. It comes out at night when it's cooler to hunt for prey.
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