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El Escorpión Bajo Luz UV

Escorpión que brilla intensamente bajo “luz negra ULTRAVIOLETA.”Los escorpiones son fluorescentes bajo luz UV (también conocida como luz negra o “blacklight”). El resplandor es causado por una sustancia no identificada que esta en una capa delgada en su piel. Los escorpiones que han mudado recientemente no son fluorescentes enseguida, sinembargo, ellos brillarán intensamente después de que haya pasado un tiempo.

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