Internet company Google has been documenting the planet's geography with its popular Google Earth software. It provides satellite imagery that allows Web surfers to explore the Earth's terrain from remote mountains to urban neighborhoods. A marine biologist had asked a Google executive why Google Earth left out the oceans. On Monday, the company unveiled a new version of Google Earth. It lets Web surfers dive underwater, swim through deep sea canyons and encounter ocean life, including prehistoric fish.
Terra Firma Down, Google Earth Moves To Oceans
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