Google has unveiled another Street view option, this time for the wild forest of Amazon. On 21st March Google announced the all new Google Amazon StreetView

Users can now access to  Amazon Basin and tributary of Rio Negro and surroundings, under the protection of Government of Brazil.

There are total 50,000 still images taken from  Google’s 360 degree cameras providing extraordinary and in depth resolution as a street view.

According to AsianCorrespondent, the project was planned nine months and is a joint venture between Foundation for a Sustainable Amazon and Google.

Last month Google released some images of the Wild but beautiful rain forest of Amazon, which are shared below.

   

[Via AsianCorrespondent]

 

 

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