DucksNuts Saturday Jan 19 05:17 AM
January 19, 2008: HUGE Scorpion
spudcon Saturday Jan 19 07:10 AM
Looks like a really jumbo shrimp!
sweetwater Saturday Jan 19 10:18 AM
cue the theme to Jaws.
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Jan 19 12:53 PM
kerosene Saturday Jan 19 01:55 PM
Too much like a lobster. Butter sauce, anyone?
shina Saturday Jan 19 02:53 PM
Looks like something from an alien flick.
Gravdigr Saturday Jan 19 04:07 PM
About the only thing I can say about this thing is, uh---AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
monster Saturday Jan 19 07:58 PM
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Jan 19 10:35 PM
I bet Buster has a recipe for it.
classicman Sunday Jan 20 12:27 AM
steam that sucker up!
Sheldonrs Sunday Jan 20 05:03 PM
Kind of makes me wonder what he was actually holding before the photo was changed. A fish? A lobster? A small hooker named Arial?
Karenv Monday Jan 21 05:46 PM
Mmm roasted scorpion
I've eaten barbecued scorpion, in China.
Colby Sunday Oct 2 02:44 AM
What a monster, I wonder if that pincer on the tail can do much damage?
fargon Sunday Oct 2 07:37 AM
High Colby, welcome to the cellar.
Snakeadelic Monday Oct 3 09:03 AM
That bad boy looks like it was designed to Velcro-wrap around its dinner, and since it's technically probably an arthropod I'm guessing it wasn't too picky about whether or not dinner was dead when it started eating. As crabs, scorpions, lobsters, crayfish, tarantulas and shrimp are all arthropods, I'd say cook it up just like any other critter hiding tasty meat under a hard exoskeleton (which excludes turtles because they have an endoskeleton partially modified to exo). Many are boiled; scorpions and tarantulas are often roasted on a spit or wrapped in leaves.