Go behind the scenes at RSPCA East Winch

RSPCA East Winch in Norfolk opens its doors for the public to have a goggle at wildlife through Goog

RSPCA East Winch in Norfolk opens its doors for the public to have a goggle at wildlife through Google Street View. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Supplied

Wildlife enthusiasts can now see behind the scenes at RSPCA East Winch, near King's Lynn.

https://goo.gl/maps/tM8SxFEUMcD2

The wildlife centre has opened its doors for a Google 360 Tour, which was planned and created by Google trusted photographers Striking Faces.

At one click of a button members of the public can take a virtual tour of the centre and see young seal pups being fed a fish dinner, a hedgehog having a health check and a group of swans convalescing in their own cubicle.

RSPCA East Winch manager Alison Charles said: 'It is really exciting that people can now have a fly-on-the-wall snapshot view of what we do behind the scenes.

'Now people can see the isolation and intensive care unit, veterinary corridor with x-ray room, pre-op, operating theatre and the laboratory as well as all the seal pools at the click of a button.

'The wards are not normally open to members of the public.'

Take a look inside using Google Street View here: http://bit.ly/1oFNCpE

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