Daily digest: A Harambe statue appears on Wall Street, trying to hit net-zero concrete by 2050, and more

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A Harambe statue appeared across from Wall Street’s Charging Bull

Goodbye Fearless Girl, hello Harambe. Morning commuters and tourists passing through the Financial District in Manhattan yesterday found a seven-foot-tall bronze recreation of the deceased gorilla staring down the iconic Charging Bull, which had been buried in 10,000 bananas. Harambe was fatally shot by zookeepers in 2016 after a child fell into his enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo, and the memes proliferated online ever since (for some reason). Sapien.Network, the fledgling social networking platform behind the stunt,

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