Scorpions Swarm in Egypt
By Micah Halpern
Saturday November 13, 2021
Scorpions are swarming in Egypt. Blame it on excessive rain.
When scorpions leave their nests, they seek new homes and along the way, people get stung.
Massive rains continue to fall in the south of Egypt, in the area of Aswan. The rains flood the scorpion’s nests. The rains also displace snakes, and they, too, are looking for new homes.
A scorpion sting is usually painful and an inconvenience. But these displaced scorpions are “fat-tailed scorpions.” And they are probably the most dangerous scorpions in the world.
Three people have already died in Egypt and over 400 have been hospitalized.
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