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Friday, 31 May 2013
Galapagos Islands to be Available on Google Street View
Google Maps has become an extremely useful tool in recent years, allowing you to explore the world from the comfort of your own home. It is now possible to use the Street View tool in such locations as Sea World and the Great Barrier Reef, but perhaps the most impressive development is set to come this summer.
Google have recently explored the world renowned Galapagos Islands, capturing 360 degree images of the island and its glorious wildlife. The image above, shows a member of Google's team capturing images with a 42lbs orb camera.