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How do some scorpions glow when light shines on it?


Do scorpions glow? Yes. That's an easy question to answer. It's a bit more difficult to pin down what exactly causes them to glow. In fact, scientists are still working on finding a firm answer to that question.

What scientists do know is that something in the scorpions' exoskeletons cause them to glow. Scorpions, along with other arthropods and insects, have an outer layer called a "cuticle." Unlike the cuticles on your fingers, which are made of hard or dead skin, the cuticle on a scorpion is a part of its exoskeleton. This cuticle has a thin section called the "hyaline layer." The hyaline layer is what reacts to ultraviolet (UV) light, such as black light or moonlight, and causes the scorpion's body to glow.

The hyaline layer is really strong and truly stands up to the tests of time. In fact, scientists have found that even fossilized scorpions glow under UV light. Additionally, when scientists preserve scorpion specimens in liquid-filled jars, the hyaline layer can make the liquid glow! Crazy, right?

While observing scorpions, scientists have noticed that the creatures don't glow immediately after molting. Rather, the cuticles have to harden completely before they shine blue-green in the starlight. But scientists still don't know if the glowing material comes from a chemical reaction in the hardening process, or if the scorpions actually secrete the glowing substance.

May 14, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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My Mahindra Bolero is blowing too much air from the cylinder head back to the air cleaner housing it is not sucking air what could be the problem?


Intake valves are not seating correctly.

Get the head(s) rebuilt....


With leaded petroleum... it was called a "re-grind"

But now that we are going for a less TOXIC world...

We get the valve guides hardened and the seats have hardened inserts...tooo"

Hope this helps.

If you MUST run in-leaded gas... use the "lead" (not) additive...
after your "re-grind"...

But if you use your MAHINDRA more than twice a year
you will find the COST (and trouble) to be more of a
BURDEN than doing the head CORRECTLY...

(In my opinion)


Lead substitute (aka: "Octane Booster")

Amazon com Octane Booster 128 Ounce Gallon Automotive

Jan 20, 2017 | Mahindra Bolero Cars & Trucks

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Dawoo lanos 1500 1999M send head to macanicals seating valves, test no leaking, put head back try to start no compresion on all 4 celinders, check timing belt, spark gas, can you please help me


head reconditioned
timing correct
means piston rings bypassing
add squirt of oil to each cylinder

see if compression reads something

Nov 12, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Need cylinder head torque settings of mahindra bolero sc turbo 2.6l


MELUSI, YOU NEED TO CONTACT YOUR NEAREST MAHINDRA DEALER FOR THIS HELP.THANKS

Jan 24, 2016 | Mahindra Cars & Trucks

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How to fit a timing chain on a mahindra scorpion 2.5 diesel


If you need to ask, proceed with the utmost caution!
There are timing marks, at TDC that line up when putting the new chain on. I don't ever remember needing to replace a timing chain.

Nov 01, 2015 | Mahindra Cars & Trucks

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