7 Crafty Zoo Escapes Lead The Daily Links

Plus Michael “Kramer” Richards’ forgotten sitcom, Google Street View climbs the world’s tallest building, and one of the more absurd cell phone innovations ever.

Rusty the red panda gave officials at Washington’s National Zoo a pretty good scare when he disappeared today. But he isn’t the first zoo animal to make a break for it. - [mental_floss]

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Andrew Garfield and his Spider-Man 2 stunt double happen to share a pretty solid resemblance. But check out these 15 celebs and their doubles: That isn’t always the case. - [Hollywood.com]

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Google Street View is taking its cameras to the top of the world’s talling building. Take a vertigo-inducing look at how they’re doing it. - [The Atlantic Tech]

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Yes, this woman looks like she’s only pretending to be on the phone. But she’s actually wearing… Bluetooth gloves. - [Betabeat]

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This is awesome: India has banned dolphin captivity because it constitutes a moral violation of their rights. - [Motherboard]

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This is the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction, California. As photographer David Leventi’s work shows, the world’s opera houses really are stunning. - [Slate]

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Today in short-lived, quickly-forgotten sitcoms: The Michael Richards Show. - [Splitsider]

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How do 90s music icons like Liz Phair look back on the 90s? Not as nostalgically as you might think. - [Flavorwire]

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