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Google Street View puts you face-to-face with Jane Goodall's chimpanzees

Google Street View puts you face-to-face with Jane Goodall's chimpanzees
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I've got to admit, for all the ways that Google is creepy and collects and stores information, it has some pretty cool new inventions and ways to explore the world. Take Google Cardboard, for instance. What an incredible new way to view the world!

But this time, Google has really outdone itself with the latest addition to Google Street View. Google Street View has just made available Gombe National Park, the chimpanzee reserve founded by Jane Goodall.

Click here to see it for yourself!

For those of you that don't know, Google Street View has been adding new attractions for Internet users to explore. Things like the Taj Mahal, Mount Everest, the Florida Keys, the Grand Canyon, you name it and Google probably has it ready for you to explore right from your computer.

Want to hike California state parks? Done. Do you feel like seeing the Great Pyramids of Giza? No problem.

Unfortunately, not all of Google Street View is as great as these incredible views. Google's done some good by catching thieves red-handed, but one of the drivers may have run over a dog in the process of mapping part of Central America.

But there's also lots of incredible ways that Google has used Google Street View, like this crazy cool artistic makeover where an artist matched up famous painting with its Google Street View.

Want to see more incredible things you can do on Google Street View? Click here to explore now!

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