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Scorpions Control

Scorpions in Australia are not considered to be dangerous, however, spotting a scorpion inside your house calls for the immediate assistance of professional pest technician. The insect might be venomous, so the way to remove it safely is by hiring scorpion control services. The exterminators of Fantastic Pest Control Melbourne are all experienced, so the removal of the insect will be done swiftly and with no danger to you or your family.

Swift Scorpion Control in Melbourne

Scorpions are most commonly found in your yard, living in your garden and between woodpiles. It is, however, not unheard of for a scorpion to find its way inside. And when it does, call Fantastic Pest Control Melbourne because the experts will:

  • Inspect – Poke aroundEnd the scorpion infestations your property to check whether there are more scorpions roaming around
  • Remove – Carefully catch the insect and release it into the wild
  • Advise – Give you useful tips on how to prevent scorpions from inhabiting your yard. They will also proof all crannies the insects could use to get inside your home.

The Benefits of Trusting Fantastic Pest Control Melbourne to Help You Out

When you book the scorpion control you can count on a swift service that comes along with a lot of added benefits. Those would include:

  • Urgent same day bookings and other convenient time slots on weekends and holidays
  • Phone and chat lines, with knowledgeable advisers ready to help you
  • Trained and certified pest technicians
  • Hands-on scorpion removal with no pesticides used

But to make absolutely certain your home is vermin-free, Fantastic Pest Control Melbourne also gives you a full list of vermin we can easily remove for you, including termites, cockroaches, fleas, and moths. For more information about the services, just get in touch with the customer support teams.

Did You Know Scorpions ...

Each year several thousand people die due to a scorpion sting. However, the mortality rate is so high because of around 25 highly venomous species in Mexico, parts of South Amarica, northern Africa, the Middle East, and India. Fortunately, none of these species occur in Australia, and there has not yet been a confirmed deadly scorpion sting here.

Scorpions glow in the dark when exposed to UV (black) light. That's because of the mixture of waxes and complex sugars which waterproof their exoskeleton.

Scorpions are nocturnal creatures which means they are active at night. They mainly feed on small insects, like spiders, centipedes, and other scorpions. Larger scorpions, however, might also hunt vertebrates, like small mice and snakes.

Scorpions can bear up to a hundred babies at a time. The baby scorpions are born alive, unlike other insects, and have a very soft outside shell – exoskeleton. Once born, the little scorpions will crawl on their mother's back for a period of 10 to 20 days, until their shells harden. Then they crawl off and start living on their own.