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Bronx Zoo asks public to name found cobra

The Bronx Zoo is asking the public to help pick a name for its Egyptian cobra that disappeared and was found again last month.

After 33,000 votes, it is now down to the following five:
• Agnes, which is Greek for “pure” or “holy.”
• Amaunet, an ancient Egyptian goddess.
• Cleopatra, after the pharaoh who is said to have killed herself with a serpent bite.
• Subira, which is Egyptian for “patient.”
• Mia, which spells out the abbreviation “M.I.A.” that stands for “missing in action.”

To vote on the snake’s name, visit [VIDEO – NY1]

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