Source: Huffington Post 
February 23, 2012
"Google has announced plans to incorporate 360 underwater views of Australia's Great Barrier Reef into its "Seaview" project, a service that will let Google Earth users dip below the surface for a virtual view of the world's oceans.
With amazing views of sea turtles, coral reefs and sunken ships, preview images released today offer a first glimpse into what users can expect from the Catlin Seaview Survey, a comprehensive environmental survey project being developed by the University of Queensland in partnership with insurance firm the Catlin Group and Google, Wired reports."
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