You love scorpion tattoos or pictures? If yes, download 'Scorpion Live Wallpaper' and fill your phone screen with various images and backgrounds inspired by this venomous animal. If your zodiac sign is of the same name, this live wallpaper is perfect for you!
- Greatest LWP for Android!
- Keep tapping on the screen and new images will appear!
- Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching!
- This animated background is your best choice!
Follow the installation instructions:
Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
'Scorpion Live Wallpaper' includes beautiful pictures and backgrounds of this amazing animal species. These animals are members of the class Arachnida and are closely related to spiders, mites, and ticks. They are commonly thought of as desert dwellers, but they also live in Brazilian forests, British Columbia, and even the Himalayas. These hardy, adaptable arthropods have been around for hundreds of millions of years, and they are nothing if not survivors.
They have a flat, narrow body, two lobster-like claws, eight legs, and a segmented abdominal tail. Terminating in a venomous stinger supplied by a pair of poison glands, the tail is usually curved upward and forward over the back.
These are generally nocturnal animals meaning that they spend the day under rocks and in crevices and then come out to hunt in the safety of darkness. They are carnivorous animals and paralyze their prey using the venomous sting on the end of their tail so that the scorpion can eat it without trouble. When capturing a victim with its claws, the animal inflicts a disabling sting with. In most species the sting is painful, but not fatal, to humans, although the sting of one species found in the United States has proved fatal to young children and is potentially fatal to adults. Other areas of the world have more dangerous species; the poison involved is a neurotoxin, attacking the nervous system.
They live in some of the planet's toughest environments. Researchers have even frozen scorpions overnight, only to put them in the sun the next day and watch them thaw out and walk away. But there is one thing they have a difficult time living without—soil. They are burrowing animals, so in areas of permafrost or heavy grasses, where loose soil is not available, they may not be able to survive.