Google has been expanding its Street View to different places around the world, and the latest place that you can now view on Street View is the Amazon Basin.
Google has been working over the last few months to collect images of the Amazon, and they teamed up with the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS).
Take a virtual boat ride down the main section of the Rio Negro, and float up into the smaller tributaries where the forest is flooded. Stroll along the paths of Tumbira, the largest community in the Reserve, or visit some of the other communities who invited us to share their lives and cultures. Enjoy a hike along an Amazon forest trail and see where Brazil nuts are harvested. You can even see a forest critter if you look hard enough!
You can find out more details about the Amazon on Google Street View over at the Google Blog.