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One of the world’s largest scorpions, thought to reach up to 17 to 20 centimetres in length, Pandinus dictator and other species in the…
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Buthacus yotvatensis is a highly poisonous yellow-green scorpion, found in deserts and other arid, sandy areas. Like other members of the…
The Arabian fat-tailed scorpion (Androctonus crassicauda) is a formidable predator, with a thick, powerful tail that is equipped with a…
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The scorpion Apistobuthus pterygocercus is noted for the conspicuous circular secondary segment on its tail. This feature, which is thought…
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New profile for the common map turtle, named for the map-like markings on its shell.
A young southern white-cheeked gibbon swings through the forest.
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