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    • What if I shine a flashlight in its face will it go insane
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    • so can people
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    • Does anyone else see badly cropped images? Is it iFunny? Is it me? Can I fix it?
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    • Travel for miles following the stars Just so that they can sting you
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    • So in other words they can fucking see with eyes just like literally everything else. Wow.
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    • Scorpions glow under ultraviolet light. I don't recommend testing this though because if you're close enough it see it glow you're close enough for it to sting you and scorpion venom hurts like hell
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    • Google "wind scorpion" for a new phobia
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    • Naval scorpions. Make it a thing.
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    • How do they know they use stars
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    • Have you ever touched a scorpion? They feel so gross
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    • Boatman lore
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    • Cats are good pets to keep in areas with scorpions
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    • Sorry but it’s the bug again
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    • Ok see, fuck no.
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    • Is each eye tasty though? Good crunch?
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    • Gay
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    • As if they have a destination in mind.
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    • I don’t care but my montage is cool check it out.
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    • What if it's cloudy and rainy or snowy?
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    • Ya I’m sure that scorpions are navigating via the stars
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    • Girls love em
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    • how do they know these scorpions are taking stars? i get with their eyes they can see them just fine but idk about tracking
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    • When I read "Canada's only scorpion" for some reason I thought that meant there was only 1 scorpion in all of Canada
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    • I'm guessing that they're pretty good at knowing where they're going.
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    • So when are we going to start seeing scorpion-naval navigation tools?
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    • Fun fact! Hermit crabs look somewhat similar to scorpions
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    • So, they have eyes
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    • Oh boy, time to shine lasers in the eyes of scorpions
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    • That’s a pokemon
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    • Did the scorpion tell you that?
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    • The stars at night are big and bright
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    • The stars at night/ are dim and dull/ deep in the heart of Canada
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    • I didn’t know we had scorpions tf
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    • Yeah sure. They figured that out how exactly?
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    • Wtf. That makes zero sense
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    • Bro if your gonna make a fact with an image at least use PROPER GRAMMAR
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    • Huh?
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    • Just so you know, those things are bitches
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    • Ifunny keeps telling me that im not liking any features. Despite me liking damn near every one.
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    • That's freaking awesome
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    • Excuse me, Canada's only WHAT!?
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    • lobster
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    • No monkeys in this one.
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    • What do you mean "can have as many as 12 eyes" when referring to one species? Are you implying that the amount of eyes for every northern scorpion is randomized with 12 as a hard cap?
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    • How do they know this? Did they ask the scorpion?
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    • Ants Canada
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    • I mean to be fair, many insects can do this which is why they have small eyes called ocelli(simple eye) which many use for celestial navigation. Which is basically to use the stars in the sky to find their way home or elsewhere.
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    • I now want exotic lair to have one
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    • Where? Where is this scorpion? Because that bitch doesn’t live in Ontario or any other Provence that I know about.
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    • Hey, look at this cool bug that I found at my grandpa’s house.
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    • There nothing wrong with this crop what y’all talking about
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    • Too many facts
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    • And you know this how?
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    • So hit the fucker with 12,000 lumens out of a near-illegal spotlight, got it.
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    • So can I AND i can see in the day time.
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    • Checks out boys real fact
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    • Yes... That’s what seeing means
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    • So....it has eyes, like nearly every other insect....cool?
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    • Nice
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    • Wait ....... you just the opposite of , well all things
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    • Note to self, blind scorp if being chased.
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    • I’m pretty sure most bugs can’t see the stars
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    • No one's going to talk about how Canada has scorpions?
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    • The stars at night, are big and bright
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    • Huh?
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    • Are these cropped at the last letters for anyone else. Or is my shit fucked up?
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    • How could anyone possibly know this to be a fact... just asking
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    • But isn't that a picture of a bark scorpion?
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    • How tf can they tell that?? Do the scorpions draw a constellation map??
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    • Is it just my phone or are most peoples memes cut off on the right side?
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    • Eh doubt
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    • But isn't that a picure of a bark scorpion?
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    • So.. they can see, but they cant see see?
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    • “They have eyes, but they cant see with them. Their eyesight is too poor. However, their eyesight is so good, they can navigate by the stars.” Yeah ok
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    • they navigate with starlight, not like sailors, right?
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    • so lobsters know astrology?
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    • Wtf fun fact #420 that isnt the canadian northern scorpion. Idk the exact flavor of scorpion they are, but they're most common in Arizona and the surrounding states so they're definitely not northern
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    • I watched dont be afraid of the dark today and that shit fucked me up
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    • How can we possibly know that?
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    • The stars at night, are big and bright
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    • The scorpion with the amazing power of two human eyes.
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    • Bearded dragons have a third eye that is only light sensitive on the top of their heads
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    • How they know that?
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    • Wait Canada has scorpions?
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    • wait we have scorpions??
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    • “Only able to distinguish light and dark” wow whoever writes these has a terrible grasp on English
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    • How does a scorpion know what stars to follow? How does that make any sense?
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    • Don't stars change somewhat every night? Other than a few
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    • Bullshit
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    • I used to have a black scorpion that turned green under a black light. It was neat
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    • I recognize that shot. Is that from Brave Wilderness? Coyote Peterson?
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