Google brengt de verloren wereld van de dino’s terug tot leven in megaproject #PreviouslyOnEarth

Nee, dit is geen aankondiging van een Jurrasic World-achtig pretpark, maar Google Arts & Culture heeft in samenwerking met meer dan 50 instituten en musea een nieuw virtueel museum gecreëerd met 150 interactieve verhalen van experten, 300,000 nieuwe foto’s en video’s, en meer dan 30 virtuele rondleidingen.

Samengevat:

  • Turn back time by 4.6 billion years with the help of the Natural History Museum by scrolling through the history of life from the origins of the solar system, through the rise and the fall of prehistoric worlds.
  • See the giant sloth jaw that led Darwin to his groundbreaking theory of natural selection.
  • Explore the diversity of nature from the Lion fish to the Paradise Birdwing and learn from birds about the art of flirting.
  • View 3,000 species on display in one giant cabinet or find out how our own predecessors may have looked.
  • With Street View, walk around dinosaurs in New York, explore 30+ natural history museums from to Australia to Russia and even go underwater with turtles in Brazil.
  • Join YouTube’s Vsauce2 to discover the story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon.

The free collection opens today at g.co/naturalhistory and through the Google Arts & Culture mobile app on iOS and Android. And if you’re a teacher, there are more than 20 new Google Expeditions waiting for you and your classroom to discover. We hope you enjoy this journey through the history of nature as much as we do.

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