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Remote Town Uses Sheep to Generate Google Street View Images

Remote Town Uses Sheep to Generate Google Street View Images

Google StreetView, the virtual tool that allows users to view eye-level images of a location defined on Google Maps, extends to cover many parts of the world that are accessible by car. However, the Faroe Islands (an autonomous island country within the Kingdom of Denmark) noted over a year ago that their beloved island had not yet been indexed by Google's tracking, and ...

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