Scorpion Squirts Venom - Researchers Induced It | Video

Researchers produced venom-spraying behavior in Parabuthus transvaalicus scorpions by simultaneously grabbing its tail and blowing a puff of air on the arachnid with a compressed air duster. (Full Story)

**Note:  The sound when the scorpion’s tail is grabbed is a compressed gas duster (not the sound of the venom spraying, as it might seem).

credit : Dr. William K. Hayes Lab, Loma Linda University / mash mix: Live Science