A cunning cobra who spent days loose in a Los Angeles suburb is about to make her public debut at the San Diego Zoo.
But first, she needs a name.
The zoo is currently having a contest to name the superstar snake. Here are the choices:
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[G] White Cobra Makes Home in SD Zoo
The exotic snake was transferred from the Los Angeles Zoo to the San Diego Zoo because San Diego had the correct anti-venom for the Asian cobra.
It's against the law in California to own this type of snake as a pet. Her owner has never been found.
The cobra will go on display Tuesday after a three-month quarantine, according to the zoo.