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
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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.
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