Lindsay - Glossy Snake
Glossy snake Lindsay is named after the wildlife rehabilitation center (Lindsay Museum) from which she came in 2010. Unlike our other snakes (boas and pythons) which are tree dwellers, the glossy snake is at home on the floor of the desert scrub lands. Also, unlike the boa and python (which are native to South America and Africa/Asia, respectively) the glossy snake is native to the United States and may be found in the wilds of California. As one of our outreach animals, Lindsay likes to teach people that a snake's skin is smooth and dry (not rough and slimy). Glossy snake has passed away.