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    why is this island blurred 22°27'41.56" N 89°40'41.15" W

    and things like these where you can see parts of places ... it's just annoying. I want to be able to hope on a plane/boat and go look for myself. 20°17'05.50" N 91°59'26.89" W

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    It's not that they're deliberately blurred, just that Google hasn't added high resolution imagery for that area. You see this a lot with uninhabited or remote locations. Nothing to do but wait until they decide it's worth adding imagery.
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    I think Google sometimes likes to play a little fun on some of the areas which it seems is not suitable for HD viewing. May be it fixes it soon. SAT Prep
    Last edited by PenelopeGarcia; 05-30-2013 at 02:26 PM.
    Awesome...!!

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    The gulf floor is well known to be rich in artifacts of an ancient civilization. Google choose to block many of the art works that are known to exist off the east coast of The USA and in the gulf.

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