When it comes to scorpions – the bigger, the better (for us)


Researchers from Galway, Ireland, tested the theory from the Indiana Jones movie; when it comes to scorpions – the bigger, the better”. They collected data from 36 different scorpion species and showed that the smaller scorpion species have a toxin 100 times stronger than the bigger scorpion species.


Photo by: https://www.pexels.com/photo/black-and-brown-insect-with-pincers-1981542/

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