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BANGKOK 17 October 2018 05:50
tebee

scorpions and rabbits

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We are looking after my son's friend's two pet rabbits while she is away visiting her parents. Rabbits live in cages on her living room floor. While feeding them tonight a 10 cm long black scorpion ran across the floor to hide under some boxes in the corner.

 

Does this pose any danger to the rabbits and should we try to eliminate it now or just wait for her to deal with it when she gets back?

 

Of course the next question is how do you deal with scorpions ?

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You squash them with something heavy whilst protecting your own hand and arm ... I usually do it with a fat rabbit. :coffee1:

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, tebee said:

how do you deal with scorpions ?

Stamp on them, but not if you're barefoot or wearing flip flops!

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Well the big black scorpions do not hurt so much. It is comparable with a mild bee sting. No reason to kill them.

 

The small brown ones (In Thai they are not called scorpion) is a different story. They really hurt. After sting by one of htese they will give you morphine. And that is painkiller they do not give that easy....

 

Arjen.

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