Emperor scorpion Venom, is a species of scorpion native to rainforests and savannas in West Africa. It is one of the largest scorpions in the world and lives for 6–8 years. Its body is black, but like other scorpions it glows pastel green or blue under ultraviolet light.
Emperor scorpion Venom is typically found in hot and humid forests. They reside in burrows and prefer to live under leaf litter, forest debris, stream banks and also in mounds of termites, their main prey. Emperor scorpions tend to live communally and are found in large numbers in regions of human habitation.
Sure, Emperor scorpions have terrifying stingers, but their venom isn’t fatal to humans unless you’re allergic. If you don’t know whether you’re allergic to scorpion venom, maybe just avoid being stung.
Emperor scorpion Venom use their venom mainly as a defense mechanism, and their pincers to tear apart prey. A sting or pinch will hurt and may draw blood, but they can’t inflict lasting damage on humans.