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Pictures: Google Street View heads to coral reefs

You can now see deep down in the world's coral reefs thanks to Google Street View and the Catlin Seaview Survey which have been taking thousands of underwater snaps.
There's more than fishes around the islands. Coral and green turtles are captured in this photo - can you spot the turtles?
Sea view near Heron Island in the Great Barrier Reef.
The Great Barrier Reef is near Australia and this Manta Ray was snapped around an island within the reef.
Manta Ray swimming around the Great Barrier Reef.
Special cameras are being used and around 50 thousand snaps are being taken. This one was taken around the Philippines, a country in South-East Asia.
Seabed around the Philippines
As well as being great for people to see what it's like underwater, the snaps will help scientists look at the different reefs around the world and keep an eye on how things are changing.
Divers underwater around Hawaii, an island which is one of the fifty states of America
Now you can see deep down in the world's coral reefs thanks to Google Street View maps and the Catlin Seaview Survey which have been taking thousands of snaps of what lies beneath the waves. This is a scene below Heron Island in the Great Barrier Reef.
Fishes in water in the Great Barrier Reef