Google has introduced its Street View program in Kenya, giving viewers a chance to see interactive photos of the elephants that call this part of East Africa home.  In partnership with Save the Elephants and thanks to funding from Kenya’s Samburu County Government, the program allows viewers to tag along as the elephants go about their daily business. The collection of interactive images is focused primarily on the elephant life in Samburu National Reserve, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The goal of the project, Google explains, is raising awareness of the growing problem of poaching to feed demands for ivory in Asia and other parts of the world. But elephants aren’t the only stars. Bit parts are played by lions, baboons and Grevy’s zebras – including one that was recently killed.
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