“I am happy to report that the donkey is alive and well,” said an official of Internet giant.
Google was forced to publicly deny that one of the vehicles used by the company to take the photos that make up its service Google Street View has hit a donkey in Botswana.
In a post on the blog of Google Maps , Kei Kawai (man in charge of Google Maps) issued a clarification on the issue and indicated that “some had the impression that our car had been involved in an incident before launching drain, leaving poor dead animal in the road. “
“I am happy to report that the donkey is alive and well,” he said over the image you can see here .
Kawai said the animal was wallowing in the dust and even added the original photos that were used to make the Street View and a video in which a donkey is taking a “bath of land.”