There's an albino reticulated python loose in San Francisco. He can't eat you or your children or chihuahuas, though, because of course he's real easy to spot. (And he's only loose inside his special habitat area.) His name is Lemondrop and he's magnificent, the color of an egg yolk on the parts of his skin where other pythons are black. It's very exciting! He's the star but hardly the only attraction of "Snakes & Lizards: The Summer of Slither." Over 60 of the chilly dudes are on display now, and daily talks and tours explain local snakes, what's up with shedding your skin all the time, and lots more.
May 9-Sept. 5, 2011