The Bronx Zoo has decided to give the cobra a proper name. But like the snake itself, what to call her is eluding zoo officials.
New Yorkers can now rest easy — the escaped Bronx Zoo Cobra has been found ssssafe and ssssound, and not at Yankee Stadium.
Visitors to the Bronx Zoo might be disappointed to find out they can’t get into the popular Reptile House in the park today. But it’s for a good reason: zoo officials say an adolescent Egyptian cobra has been slithering around …
Zoo officials are siding with the cobra’s Egyptian heritage, and now the vote, once again, goes to the people. But what do the choices mean?
No wonder the cobra ran away (er, slithered away?) in the first place; poor thing didn’t even have a name!
While Bronx Zoo handlers are confident that the poisonous Egyptian cobra is still slithering around the Reptile House, @BronxZoosCobra begs to differ.
UPDATE: The peahen is back in the building. The AP says she was found Wednesday morning in the garage of a local business and returned safe and sound to the zoo.
Sure, TIME unveiled its Person of the Year, The Protester, on Wednesday. But isn’t the whole Person of the Year concept a little, well, species-ist? Being the animal lovers that we are at NewsFeed, we couldn’t help but take a …
As the little snake continues its adventures in the Big Apple, the elusive cobra couldn’t slither away from NewsFeed’s questions.