People will soon be able to explore the depths of the ocean seeking out tiger sharks, green turtles, and manta rays with a new program called the Catlin Seaview Survey.
Google's partner in documenting the ocean floor says it needs more help from developers to save the world's coral reefs.
The tech giant's mapping team goes further north than it's ever been to add in roads, rivers, and lakes in the beautiful Canadian Arctic, which is only accessible by plane or boat.
Getting to the Galapagos Islands isn't cheap, so Google brings the unique flora and fauna there to you thanks to a visit from Street View Trekker.
Instead of blurred photos of the ocean floor, users can now see upgraded images with crisp details and topography.
Complete with 360-degree panoramic views of glaciers, penguins, and exploration outposts, Google's Street View brings the South Pole to armchair explorers.
Imagine hiking through the Amazon looking for monkeys and tropical birds from thousands of miles away. Now users can do this using Google Maps' Street View feature.
In an effort to map parts of the planet where cars can't go, the tech giant is working with third-party organizations to gather imagery from hiking trails, beaches, canyons, and mountaintops.
The Web giant brings its team inside the nuclear no-go territory to photograph a desolate ghost town.
New survey is designed to bring the undersea world to users around the world, as well as study the composition and health of the reefs.