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The Most Venomous Scorpions In America Are Invading A Las Vegas Neighborhood


The Most Venomous Scorpions In America Are Invading A Las Vegas Neighborhood

There exists over 2,000 species of scorpions that are known to science. This makes scorpions a relatively species-rich group of arachnids. Given the diversity of scorpion species in the world today, it should not come as a surprise to learn that scorpion species are well represented in America. Most arthropods that possess deadly forms of venom dwell in more tropical regions of the world where vegetation is diverse and abundant. The climate in America is typically too mild for many of the more terrifying arthropod species, but scorpions are an exception. There exists several scorpion species that possess highly potent forms of venom that can kill a human, and one of these species is now invading a neighborhood in Las Vegas.

For the past few days, many Las Vegas residents have been worrying for their own safety as well as for the safety of their friends and family living in the Las Vegas residential area. The scorpions that are invading a residential area of Las Vegas are relatively small, as they rarely grow to be more than three inches in length. Despite their small size, the invading scorpions are the most venomous scorpions that dwell in North America. The scorpion species in question is commonly known as the “bark scorpion,” and they are highly abundant as each litter consists of an average of 31 baby scorpions. Many Las Vegas residents have spotted bark scorpions in the past, but they are not generally found in large numbers in areas containing a high population of humans. Many residents of Las Vegas are claiming to have never seen so many scorpions in one place before in their lives.

Experts believe that the scorpions survived the mild winter in the region, which explains their high population levels now. Several residents have already been stung by the invading arachnids, and emergency room visits concerning scorpion stings have been common during the past few days. Many Las Vegas residents are contacting pest control professionals in order to stay safe, while others are hunting for the deadly scorpions themselves. Those who are hunting for the scorpions are doing so at night with the assistance of a black light. Scorpions glow when exposed to ultraviolet light, making them easy to spot in the dark.

If you were a Las Vegas resident would you hunt for scorpions around your home in order to prevent them from invading your house?

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