Scorpions, a tasty snack to some folks, can't regrow tails
Then I remembered that in some parts of the world, fried scorpions are considered to be a tasty snack and, of course, you have to cut off the tail to get rid of the poison sacs. Apparently, some people cut the tails off so they can feed the rest of the ...
Creature Feature: Western Banded Gecko
The Western Banded Gecko can also mimic a scorpion, by turning its tail upwards, and waving it to repel predators. In addition to this deception, Western Banded Geckos use other methods to divert predators. Be forewarned: if you plan on catching a Western ...
For Some Worms, It’s Heads or Tails
Among flatworms, there are those that can fully regenerate a severed head or tail, and those that can regrow only a tail ... “This pathway is required for making tails in the animal,” said an author of one of the studies, Phillip A.
Most people are familiar with the overall scorpion shape: a flattened, elongated oval body; the pair of front appendages with pincers; four pairs of walking legs; and a long, curling tail that ends ... of eyes in the middle of its back, as well as two ...
Abarth ScorpION: The Electric Car With A Sting In Its Tail
At the rear, the lines from each rear arch flow all the way up the rear screen meeting at the rooftop barb, echoing a scorpion's curved tail. The other unique detail can be found behind ... not to display the ScorpION on its own stand, but reasoned that ...