Belonging to the arachnid class, tailless whip scorpions are often mistaken as spiders. The first appendages are modified for grasping prey, with hook-like projections.
- They hunt nocturnally, using their long delicate first pair of legs to find their food.
- Tailess whip scorpions lack venom sacs, therefore can not produce venom.
- They are found in tropical regions throughout the world.
|Range||North and South America, Africa, Asia, Indonesia, and Australia|
|Conservation status||Not listed|
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