Awesome Scorpions

Giant Metal Scorpion

Giant Metal Scorpion
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The scorpions we encounter here in the U.S. are relatively small, but this oversize metal creature measures 8.25″ long. This awesomely creepy creation is made by Thailand artists Kreatworks¬†using recycled automotive and machine parts. Also, it turns out that there are real scorpions that are almost the same size in South Africa.

How the Frogs Cooked Dinner

How the Frogs Cooked Dinner

(PG-13: Language) After a bit of a hiatus, exurb1a is back with another fascinating story. This time, it’s a fable about a frog and a scorpion, but is actually so much more, taking on the very fabric of society and people’s unwillingness to look past their own belief systems.

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Are Scorpions OP?

Are Scorpions OP?

If there’s one thing we’ve learned spending time in the Southwest, it’s always to check your shoes for scorpions. But are these creepy-looking arachnids as dangerous as they’re made out to be? TierZoo applies their standard RPG-style evaluation to the creepy crawlers to see where they stack up compared to other animals in the meta.

Transforming a Screw into a Scorpion

Transforming a Screw into a Scorpion

Maker Ross the Random has a thing for turning hardware into critters. After he transformed a few nuts and bolts into a shiny hornet, he took a single screw and managed to massage it into a palm-sized sculpture of a scorpion.

LEGO Ideas Emperor Scorpion

LEGO Ideas Emperor Scorpion

LEGO builder Slekk024 is hoping to get his creepy crawly model of an emperor scorpion put into production. The brick-built sculpture is based on a real creature that grows as large as 9″ long, and glows under UV light. The model is made from 694 parts, and has around fifty articulated joints, including legs, pincers, and tail.

Scorpion Hexapod

Scorpion Hexapod

A team or engineers from the UGent Campus Kortrijk and Industrial Design Center developed this creepy, yet endearing six-legged robot which looks like a giant scorpion, complete with pincers and a whip tail. They’d sell a million of these to 12-year-old boys if they retailed them.

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