Mother Scropion carries it back scroplings while walking nearby in search of food. When scorplings emerge, the mother forms a “birth basket” with her claws, which gives the newborns a leg-up onto her back. The scorplings instinctively know how to get on mom's back, arranging themselves in the birth basket in a way that's particular to their genu.
|Photo Location:||Reni Bennur, Karnataka, India, India|
|Copyright:||© apurba Das|