Thursday, April 3, 2014

mosa animal Information report writing template

1. Introduction

deathstalker scorpion is one of the most deadliest scorpions in the world. The scientific name is Leiurus quinquestriatus. it is known for it’s violent venom. it’s is the main weapon that is most powerful when engaged in it’s prey, you might get a chance to get away from the scorpion but once it bites you there’s no going back.

2.offensive weapons
This is where the Stalkers secret weapon comes in, there is a catch, once it bites it’s prey, it paralyzes one part of the prey’s body so that the prey doesn’t get away. this is something deadly and important about scorpions, the smaller the pincher the deadlier the venom. the deathstalker is about 4 inches long.

3. diet and what it eats
The main diet of the deathstalker scorpion is crickets, that is if it’s a wild scorpion. Scorpions rather prefer fresh food than the one’s that are already dead. They eat grasshoppers, earthworms and other insects. It sounds disgusting but for them it’s nutritious, delicious and acutamata.
4. behaviour and habitat
You will most likely find the deathstalker scorpion in the middle east and north africa. They are also found in Egypt and Algeria. scorpion’s are able to copup any new changes in their surroundings. What is most important is that if you go past or near it’s habitat, it won’t give you a warning or some kind of sign to get out of my property, it will just just attack you with it’s venomous pincher.

5. A concluding paragraph
So now that you know about the deathstalker scorpion you will know what to do. therefore,  remember If you see a tiny little hole or a den then don’t go close, turn around and walk away and most importantly don’t get all nosy and curious because if you're thinking of putting your hand in, think before you do it because a scorpion just might happen to be around somewhere in the area and might feel treating as a defensive measure retaliate and sting you to death.

1 comment:

  1. Wow I would definitely keep my distance from these, the name says it all really doesn't it. I've learnt so much about Scorpions after reading this Mosa!


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