An extinct world brought back to life with Google Arts & Culture

Many millions of years ago, dinosaurs ruled the Earth and sea dragons were not just Hollywood creations, but fearsome predators that stalked the oceans. It’s a world that vanished long ago, but one that continues to fascinate those seeking to understand the origins of life on our planet. Starting today, anyone, anywhere can explore this world on Google Arts & Culture.Read the full article

Natural History on Google Arts & Culture - #PreviouslyOnEarth

The beautiful, the dangerous, the endangered. Up Close g.co/naturalhistory Get the Google Arts & Culture App Android: https://goo.gl/CCJ5xu IOS: https://goo.gl/AvMS0r Join the conversation #PreviouslyOnEarth


Rhomaleosaurus: Back to Life in Virtual Reality #PreviouslyOnEarth

Teleport to the Natural History Museum in London using Google’s virtual reality viewer - Google Cardboard, and YouTube 360. Narrated by Bettany Hughes Video featured in the Google Arts & Culture Natural History exhibition available at g.co/naturalhistory Subscribe to the London Natural History Museum YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/naturalhistorymuseum Get the Google Arts & Culture App Android: https://goo.gl/CCJ5xu IOS: https://goo.gl/AvMS0r Join the conversation #PreviouslyOnEarth Once there, encounter the prehistoric ‘sea dragon’ Rhomaleosaurus, as it comes back to life before your eyes. A marine reptile which lived 180 million years ago - watch as it roams the gallery. See its muscles, its movement and the texture of its skin, and learn all about how it lived. Video by Google.