The Caribbean Blue Scorpion or C.B.S. for short, is a scorpion that is located on the islands of Cuba, Dominican Republic and many parts of Central America. The C.B.S. is usually found by its distinctive blue or red stinger. The C.B.S. can inhabit ecosystems ranging from savanna forests to semi-desert areas. The Scorpion can reach up to 2.2– 3.9 in length, and can live up to 5 years. The CBS gained fame around 2006, due to the properties within its venom. The venom was widely used in Cuba as a anti-inflammatory, but many believe that it is a cure for the worst diseases. The properties were first discovered in the 1980s by a Cuban biologist, Misael Bordier Chibas. Misael was studying the affects of poisons on different aliments, when he
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