Google announced on Wednesday that it has added more zoos to Street View. We’ve seen Google tout its zoo imagery on more than one occasion in the past, but this time, they’re claiming “must-see spots at zoos around the world.”
Google is inviting people to use Street View to check out endangered species like pandas and red pandas at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China, where it says over 30% of pandas live.
Google is also adding imagery from Buin Zoo in Chile and Zoologico de Bauru in Brazil.
Street View also has imagery from the San Diego Zoo, the Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico, the Shou Shan Zoo in Taiwan, the Asahiyama Zoo in Japan, the Singapore Zoo, the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, the Zoo Safari Park Stukenbrock and the Tierpark Hagenbeck in Germany, the Zoo Aquarium de Madrid and Parc Zoologic de Barcelona in Spain, La Ferme aux Crocodiles in France, Olmense Zoo in Belgium, Whipsnade Zoo in the UK, the Toronto Zoo and the Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park in Ontario, as well as zoos in Houston, Atlanta and Chicago, among others.
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