Bronx - The Egyptian cobra that escaped from the Bronx Zoo has been captured.

"We are happy to announce that the cobra that has been missing for seven days, here and alive and healthy," said Jim Breheny, director of the zoo.

This cobra escaped from the cage on Friday but never left the Reptile House, according to zoo officials. He was found in the corner, public non-isolated House of Representatives on Thursday.

Soon after the snake escaped, Twitter users who are not known to use @ bronxzooscobra adventures. Twitter Cobras quickly gathered 190,000 followers.

"Got a bagel at H & H Bagels on upper west side. When I ordered I said, 'I'll have the snakes on a PLAIN.' He did not laugh. Tough crowd," the "BronxZoo'sSnake" tweeted Thursday morning.

Earlier this week, he also visited Planet Rose in the East Village, go to the top of the Empire State Building, and eating cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery.

Tweets stopped after the announcement of the arrest of a snake.


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