Google reveals underwater street views

Google reveals underwater street views

Google has unveiled 40 new “special” street view images as part of the Google Earth Outreach project which began taking underwater shots in 2012.

The aim of the Outreach project was to aid in monitoring some of the worlds most breathtaking views.

As part of the latest update to street view, the new snaps let you swim with whales in the Cook Islands or perhaps take a relaxing sandy stroll on the coast of Samoa.

The team at Google Street View have been collaborating with the Catlin Seaview survey, the Chagos Conversation Trust and others in order to make this happen.

We give this a thumbs up. Great views for the viewers of the site whilst also being able to keep a comprehensive record of the coral reefs.

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