Different shades and colors (white for snow and ice, tan for desert and rocky land) better show the type of terrain and also clearly display the borders to national parks and other parks and spaces.
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Starting Tuesday, Google Maps on desktop and mobile will feature more color and visual features in 220 countries.
With more colors, like dark green for a dense forest and light green for a patch of shrubs, it will be easier to tell what you’re looking at.
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