Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus giganteus(?)
Often called a "whipscorpion" due to the long, thin tail, the common name Vinegaroon is due to the vinegar spray that is shot from the tail base when disturbed. They are otherwise considered non-venomous. These nocturnal arachnids are often found in deserts, but also can be found in grasslands and mountains. They have poor vision and rely on vibrations to find their way.

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