We're just so glad he seems happy!
The source spilled:
Awww that's so amazing!
The insider added:
[Image via Guillermo Proano/WENN.]
The San Francisco Zoo came up with an ingenious way to drum up business, help animals and provide scorned lovers with some revenge without all the bad karma.
This Valentine's Day, you can now adopt a hissing cockroach or a giant, hairy scorpion in "honor" of an awful ex!
Sure, we'd all love to send a spring-loaded box of steaming tiger poo to our evil ex-lovers, but who can afford that much flaming poop?? LOLz!
Now, you can get revenge without being an evil poop mailer! The zoo is now allowing people to "adopt" their less cute animals.
Normally, a person could "adopt" a lion or panda or something and they'd donate money for the care of that animal. But now they've got gross options for gross people, describing the scorpion as:
Whatever you do, Maria Menounos, be very, verrrrrry careful…
Do NOT drop those containers!!
Maria was out and about, hanging at The Grove in sunny El Lay, when she got the chance to hold several containers full of some seriously terrifying creatures.
She posted a pic (above) to instagram and wrote:
"Don't mess with me..from @epicthemovie Black widow spider, Wolf spider, Emperor Scorpions Galliath bird eating tarantula & Arizona blonde tarantula"
Jeez!! If she dropped those and was bit by just one of those guys, she'd be in a world of hurt.
We guess there's a kind of strength you get from holding containers full of certain doom.
Maria is a master of death! She is the queen spider!! LOLz!
Lookin' good there, Maria! You so brave!!
[Image via Maria Menounos.]
Delivering one baby is hard enough…but TWENTY-FIVE of them?!
The Cincinatti Zoo welcomes another gaggle of Emperor scorpions to their Insectorium, which features arachnids and insects.
The zoo is one of the only places that actually BREEDS the world's largest scorpion so these 25 have a lot of cousins!
Check out the video (above) to see Mama takes her babes for a ride!
And the award for world's deadliest scorpion goes to… the Indian Red Scorpion!!
This scorpion, even though it's smaller than a cigarette lighter, packs some serious venom.
It's sting is the most deadly out of any scorpion on earth.
What most don't know is, they only sting as a last resort, and only really pose a threat in an accidental situation, like a scorpion napping inside of your slippers.
Check out the above video to learn more about this misunderstood creature.