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Thailand's scorpion queen covers her face and body with Scorpions (PHOTOS)

Wince-inducing photos show Thailand's 'scorpion queen' dangling the arachnids in her open mouth and letting them crawl over her face.
Kaetkaew, who is Ripley's ambassador, holds the Guinness World Record for keeping a scorpion in her closed mouth for a staggering 3 minutes and 28 seconds
The fearless Kanchana Kaetkaew did not bat an eyelid as dozens of the poisonous creatures roamed over her face at Ripley's Believe it or Not museum in Pattaya city, Thailand, on Saturday.
Kaetkaew, who is Ripley's ambassador, holds the Guinness World Record for keeping a scorpion in her closed mouth for a staggering three minutes and 28 seconds.
The fearless woman remained emotionless as a giant black scorpion scuttled out of her open mouth
She is the only Thai woman to hold two Guinness World Records.

Her second is for spending 33 days inside a 12-meter square glass enclosure with 5,0000 live scorpions.
Kaetkaew achieved the record in a mall in Pattaya, a city on the Gulf of Thailand known for its nightlife and cabaret.
Wince-inducing photos show Thailand's 'scorpion queen' Kanchana Kaetkaew dangling live scorpions in her mouth and letting them crawl over her face
There are almost 2000 species of scorpion, and around 40 are poisonous enough to kill a human.
They feast on anything from insects to mice, but can survive for up to a year without food or water.
Despite having up to 12 eyes, scorpions have poor vision and rely on smell to detect their prey.
Her second World Record is for staying for 33 days inside a 12-meter square glass enclosure with five thousand live scorpions
Betraying not a hint of fear, Kaetkaew beamed as she held up her gloved hands as scorpions crawled over it 
Scientists are still unsure why scorpions give off a bright green glow when they are under UV light.
The animals use venom to turn the insides of their prey into liquid as they are unable to eat solids.
Dozens of scorpions swarmed her upper body as she put on a show in Pattaya, a city on the Gulf of Thailand known for its nightlife and cabaret

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