(Relaxnews) – Google Earth has mapped more than 40 underwater locations around the world including diving spots in Bali, the Bahamas and Great Barrier Reef in time for World Oceans Day.
With just a few clicks, users can take a virtual plunge and swim alongside sea turtles in the Solomon Islands, humpback whales in the Cook Islands, great white sharks in Australia and sunfish in Bali.
In partnership with XL Catlin Seaview Survey and Underwater Earth, Google Maps has been creating a digital record of the earth’s oceans for the past four years.
World Oceans Day is June 8.
Take a watery tour of Bali at http://bit.ly/1djh4M6.