FOOTAGE OF SCORPION OVERHEAD FACING RIGHT THEN EXITING RIGHT ON BLUE SCREEN.

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The scorpion belongs to the family Scorpionidae and it’s one of the Scorpio genus’ members.

 

Quick facts:

 

Scorpions have eight legs like other species in the Arachnida class, such as spiders, and they gave two pedipalps, and a tail a venom-injecting barb that can be used as a hunting and self-defense tool.

 

They are carnivorous which means they feed on other animals. Mainly they eat insects and spiders, some scorpions may also prey on small lizards and mice.

Even though they are considered predators, scorpions don’t eat constantly and daily. They often eat every couple of weeks, and they are the kind of creatures that can survive for long periods with no food. They can survive from 6 months up to 1 year with no food.

 

Scorpions are commonly living in desert and dry weather. They can be usually found in northern Africa and western Asia. but they adapted to other different climates, they can be also found in Brazilian forests, British Columbia, North Carolina, and even the Himalayas.

 

Like other arachnids (animals with eight legs), scorpions are not known for their big sizes, an average scorpions size is about 2.5 inches (6 cm), and in terms of weight, an adult scorpion commonly weighs 0.02 to 0.2 ounces (0.5 to 5 grams).

 

 

Footage details: Scorpion blue screen footage

 

A scorpion overhead facing right then exiting right. You can use this clip as a simulation of nature and wildlife. The scorpion footage was shot using a blue background in our GreenScreen Animals studios, with a high-end Panasonic camera. The clip is ready for production purposes and comes with prep-ready resolutions of 1080.

 

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Scorpion overhead facing right

 

Scorpion exiting right

 

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Scorpion overhead crawling to top then exiting right

 

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