Offbeat A dog in Japan photobombed Google Street View and the photos are hilarious

10:01  12 april  2018
10:01  12 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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A dog in Japan photobombed Google Street View and the photos are hilarious . A curious dog in Japan who tailed a Google Street View truck is yet another animal to join in the trend.

Dog Follows Google Street View Car In Japan , Hilariously Photobombs Each And Every Photo . Google Street View is a useful and fun feature that allows people to explore the world from the comfort of their homes. 17 Hilarious Dog Photobombs For a Quick Laugh - photobombs .com.

Photobombing — it's not just for people anymore, as Cincinnati's celebrated hippo, Fiona, illustrated last fall.

A curious dog in Japan who tailed a Google Street View truck is yet another animal to join in the trend. The pup followed the vehicle around the Kumage District in Kagoshima Prefecture, which is located in the southwestern part of the country.

japan google dog © Provided by Business Insider Inc japan google dog The resulting images are adorable.

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Photobombing — it’s not just for people anymore, as Cincinnati’s celebrated hippo, Fiona, illustrated last fall. A curious dog in Japan who tailed a Google Street View truck is yet another animal to join in the trend.

Photobombing — it is not only for folks anymore, as Cincinnati’s celebrated hippo, Fiona, illustrated final fall. A curious dog in Japan who tailed a Google Street View truck is one more animal to affix in the development.

As soon as the pup spotted the truck, the chase was on.

a dog on a boat: japan dog photobomb 2 © Provided by Business Insider Inc japan dog photobomb 2

Look at the little guy go.

a group of people on a road: japan dog photobomb 3 © Provided by Business Insider Inc japan dog photobomb 3

This canine sure is curious.

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What a determined doggo. 

a dog standing in front of a building: japan dog photobomb 5 © Provided by Business Insider Inc japan dog photobomb 5

The car reached a dead end, but the boundless pup continued to pursue the vehicle.

a dog lying on a sandy beach: japan dog photobomb 6 © Provided by Business Insider Inc japan dog photobomb 6

May we all be as easily entertained as this precious pup.

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