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Google Ocean to allow undersea viewing

This is exactly what it looks like at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

MARIANA – Google will soon offer a 3D equivalent of Google Earth for the world’s oceans, enabling users to see below the surface like never before.

“You’ll be able to look at deep underwater canyons the same way viperfish presumably do,” said Len Kenman, marine biologist at the Barstow Oceanographic Institute.

Users are already complaining that Street View is not yet available for some locations.

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