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Google captures the Galapagos in Street View
Daniel Orellana of the Charles Darwin Foundation climbs out of a Galapagos lava tunnel.
Google announced its StreetView trekker has plunged under the waters of the Galapagos and tracked across its islands, bringing to the internet 360 degree images of the isolated landscape and world's largest living tortoises that inspired Darwin to develop his theory of evolution.
A smaller version of the same technology Google has used to do photographic drive bys of nearly every address in the world, the Google Street View trekker consists of fifteen lenses seated inside an orb and mounted on a 42 lb aluminum frame backpack, snapping 75 megapixel photos at 2.5 frames per second. Google is stitching together and processing the Galapagos photos, and hopes to publish them online later this year.
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Users will be able to zoom in on the whiskers of sea lions and other life the diving team encountered.
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A Galapagos giant tortoise crawls along the path near Alex Pietrangelo XL Jersey Googler Karin TuxenBettman while she collects imagery with the Street View Trekker in Galapaguera, a tortoise breeding center, which is managed by the Galapagos National Park Service.
620 miles west of the Ecuadorian mainland in northwest South America, data collectors traveled by foot and horseback and by boat through choppy waters, over isolated trails and 2.5 miles of lava fields, capturing with the trekker's eye landscapes virgin to, and in some cases, forbidden from, even the most adventurous tourists' hiking boot. Meanwhile, a team from the Catlin Seaview Survey Google partnered with for the project captured underwater imagery.
"Our mission is to make the most comprehensive useful and accurate maps," said Seamster. "That means going to the farthest reaches of the world." Previously the trekker has gone to places like the Amazon River, Grand Canyon and the Canadian Arctic, brought by trike, snowmobile and even a submersible.
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Christophe Bailhache of the Catlin Seaview Survey navigates the SVII camera through a large group of Sea Lions at Champion Island in Galapagos.
There's no doubt the team has captured some very special images, such as when a group of about 20 sea lions approached the diving team underwater and tried to make the camera their new playmate.
"There's something about a place where creatures approach you and are inquisitive," Richard Ververs, Project Director of the Catlin Seaview Survey, told NBC News. "You're able to have experiences that you can't have anywhere else on the planet."
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Besides the pure "wow" factor, the collected images will also serve important scientific goals. Beneath the water, researchers were able to document in vivid detail the slow recovery of Galapagos coral reefs from global bleaching events that killed numerous coral ecosystems around the world in response to warmer waters. Scientists from the Charles Darwin Foundation, who both guided Googlers and performed some of the photographic excursions themselves, will be able to use the images to do "ground truthing" of habitat trends seen from space, as well as check for invasive species and the impact of tourism, without executing costly expeditions or disturbing a single leaf.
While declining to specify where the eye of Google will fall next, there's "a ton of interest to map more and more," using the Street View trekker, said Seamster. "We will be going more places."
Video: The sandstone and granite views typically only available to those who hike or ride are now being photographed by Google street view, making them accessible to everyone. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
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Gatland spoke to the 33 year old on Monday about making the trip to Australia but Wilkinson said he was committed to Toulon and that he was not sure if his body was up to touring.
However, Gatland said the pair will speak again in a couple of weeks, adding "if we do have an injury later in the tour we can have conversation then" about Wilkinson potentially being called up as injury cover.
On the subject of only choosing two fly halves, Gatland said: "We just felt we wanted to give both an opportunity to get three or four games under their belt before the first Test.
"We taken a risk and we admit that. Stuart Hogg can cover us there and if we do pick up injuries, we just have to call on a replacement."
Speaking about his captain Warburton, Gatland said he had "huge respect" for the 24 year old, whom he appointed as Wales captain in 2011.
"For the last two or three years, he has been the most successful captain in the northern hemisphere," added Gatland.
"It been the hardest secret I ever had to keep, but I kept it in," added the 24 year old. "It unbelievable, it an accolade which very few people can achieve. To be able to do this is an honour."
Wales supply four back rowers, with Justin Tipuric, Toby Faletau and Dan Lydiate joining Warburton and Ireland captain Jamie Heaslip on the plane.
England second row Geoff Parling tours ahead of fellow England lock Joe Launchbury, while there is no third fly half option.
The likes of Scotland scrum half Greig Laidlaw, Wales back James Hook and England inside centre Billy Twelvetrees, who could fill in at fly half if needed, all miss out, with Scotland full back Hogg viewed as the utility player who can step in at 10 when required.
Gatland added: "We looked at the last few weeks in terms of performances. We had a number of players who have come back from injury.
"The benchmark for a lot of the squad was the Six Nations and then looking at some club form and assessing whether there was the same physical intensity to draw comparison and then finally make the selection of those players.
"If you look at previous tours, there are six to eight players who always get injured. There will be a key group of players who will potentially be called up."
Lydiate and Scotland second row Richie Gray both make the cut, despite injury hit Women's Brian Elliott Jersey seasons.
Wales prop Gethin Jenkins is leaving Toulon at the end of the season and it is understood he will be released for the entire trip by the Heineken Cup finalists.
The Lions kick off their tour against the Barbarians in Hong Kong on 1 June, before flying to Australia for a series of warm up matches against state sides ahead of the Test series against the Wallabies, which takes place on three consecutive Saturdays.
The Lions last tour of Australia in 2001 ended in a 2 1 series defeat but overall they have won 75% of their games against the Wallabies, with 15 victories in 20 Tests.
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