The Google Arts & Culture app was introduced last year as little more than a web wrapper, but it got beefed up with some more features — like Google Cardboard support — earlier this summer. But what good is such an app without dinosaurs? Today, Google has introduced a plethora of new natural history content — which, basically, means dinosaurs — in partnership with the Natural History Museum and 62 other museums and foundations. And it’s awesome…

Speaking of the world of dinosaurs and “sea dragons” that roamed the earth many millions of years ago, Google had this to say about the new content on its official blog

Starting today, anyone, anywhere can explore this world on Google Arts & Culture. We’ve partnered with 50+ of the world’s leading natural history institutions to bring this lost world to life again online. More than 150 interactive stories from experts, 300,000 new photos and videos, and more than 30 virtual tours await you.

So, yeah, there’s lots of new content. Here’s an example:

If you want to see more of this, head over to the Play Store and download the Google Arts & Culture app. Or if you would rather watch on your desktop, the website seems to do the job just fine as well.

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