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Description: Google’s new ‘Street View’ additions include under water photos from a group of Brazilian islands.

Source: Mashable

Date: March 17, 2015

Days after it added stunning imagery of Mount Everest, Google Street View has been updated with beautiful photos from the other side of the world — the Brazilian islands of Fernando de Noronha and Atol das Rocas. The new imagery includes both underwater and land photos of the UNESCO-protected islands, which tourists can only access in limited groups. Read More

Questions for discussion:

1. Have you ever swam with dolphins? Is swimming with dolphins something on your bucket list?

2. Why do you think Google decided to include under water shots in its Street View catalog?

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