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Experience the Faroe Islands from a sheep’s view

If the hot days of summer have you longing for a cold faraway place like the Faroe Islands, located between Iceland and Norway, now you can visit at least virtually—from a sheep’s perspective.

The people of Faroe Island, tired of waiting for Google to map their terrain, launched Sheep View 360, reported The Guardian on July 12.

Durita Dahl Andreassen of Visit Faroe Islands fitted five sheep with locally-made harnesses holding 360-view cameras. As the sheep move, pictures are returned to Andreassen with GPS coordinates. She then uploads them to Google Street View, reported The Guardian.

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