Gharagab camp also has the small and dangerous...!

by Mario
(Johannesburg)

Buthidae Scorpion

Buthidae Scorpion

On windy / rainy nights keep a lookout for scorpions. This is the very poisonous thick-tailed, small-pincer Buthidae.

The thin-tailed, large pincer Scorpionidae are not poisonous yet they look more menacing.

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Scorpions
by: Kruger

I love camping and camping obviously has dangers like the Buthidae Scorpion. You should keep away from dangers like this for your camp to be enjoyable else you will need to run for hospital in the middle of your safari!

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