2023 • The 300+ Google AR 3D Animals, Objects and More

Want to see tiger, dinosaurs, penguin, panda, shark, insects, planets, human body, and more amazing AR 3D stuff right at your place?
  1. Google loves to get creative and spring unexpected surprises on its audience.
  2. This time, it has introduced a new way for people to interact with their favorite animals and objects online in 3D, thanks to Augmented Reality.
  3. If you have an Android, iPhone, or iPad, here’s how to go about it.

Did You Know? Did you know that some of the 3D animals even come with sound. For example, if you view a tiger, you may hear it roar. This adds to the immersive experience of the feature.

How To Find Google AR 3D Animals/Objects? 5 Easy Steps!

1. Google’s AR 3D objects in search are incredibly easy to access. Start with googling for the object/animal you like.
For example – Panda

Google the animal

2. Then you need to scroll down a little until you find a box that says ‘Meet a life-sized giant panda up close.’
Here, click on ‘View In 3D’.

View in 3D

3: Now click on ‘View in your space.’
You’ll need to give Google access to your camera for it to be able to insert the panda into your space.

view in your space

4. Point the phone camera to the ground and move it around.
And voila! There’s your Giant Panda!

point phone to the ground

5. Lastly, tap on the camera button to take photos and videos.
You can move the animal by tapping on it and dragging around. You can even use pinch-to-zoom to increase or decrease its size.

Click pictures with Google 3D Animals

The feature is pretty cool, isn’t it? It’s an excellent way to see just how large some of these animals really are up close.

Complete List – All The Google AR 3D Animals, Objects & More

The Google AR 3D is a work in progress. This list will be updated as and when new objects will be added.


Google AR 3D Animals Gif


Google AR 3D Neil Armstrong Gif


Places Of Cultural Heritage

  1. Abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel
  2. Alcatraz Island
  3. Alhambra
  4. Amazon Theatre
  5. Arasaka Imperia Residence
  6. Arc de Triomphe
  7. Aztec Stadium
  8. Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  9. Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence
  10. Basilica of Santa Maria Novella
  11. Big Ben
  12. Brooklyn Bridge
  13. Buckingham Palace
  14. Campidogilo Square
  15. Capela Curial de São Francisco de Assis
  16. Castel Sant’Angelo
  17. Castle of Good Hope
  18. Cathedral of Barcelona
  19. Cathedral of Brasilia
  20. Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
  21. Cathedrale Norte-Dame de Paris
  22. Chapultepec Castle
  23. Christ the Redeemer
  24. Coit Tower
  25. Columbus Monument
  26. Conservatory of Flowers
  27. Eiffel Tower
  28. Empire State Building
  29. Ferry Building
  30. Flatiron Building
  31. Giotto’s Bell Tower
  32. Golden Gate Bridge
  33. Japan National Stadium
  34. Kaminarimon Gate
  35. Kensington Palace
  36. La Sagrada Familia
  37. Leaning Tower of Pisa
  38. Les Invalides
  39. London Eye
  40. Louvre Museum
  41. Magic Fountain of Montjuic
  42. Meiji Jingu
  43. Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral
  44. Monument of the Ninos Heroes
  45. Monument to the Revolution
  46. Moses Mabhida Stadium
  47. Mount Rushmore National Memorial
  48. Musée d’Orsay
  49. National Museum of Nature and Science
  50. National Palace
  51. Neuschwanstein Castle
  52. Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum
  53. One World Trade Center
  54. Palace of Versailles
  55. Palace of Westminster
  56. Palais Garnier
  57. Palazzo Vecchio
  58. Pantheon
  59. Pantheon Rome
  60. Parthenon
  61. Piazza della Signoria
  62. Piazza Navona
  63. PIER 39
  64. Pitti Palace
  65. Placa de Catalunya
  66. Ponte Vecchio
  67. Rhodes Memorial
  68. Rockefeller Center
  69. Roman Forum
  70. Sacré-Cœur
  71. San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge
  72. São Paulo Cathedral
  73. Sensō-ji
  74. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  75. Sri Sri Radha Radhanath Temple
  76. St. Patrick’s Cathedral
  77. St. Paul’s Cathedral
  78. St. Peter’s Basilica
  79. Statue of Liberty National Monument
  80. Stonehenge
  81. The Angel of Independence
  82. The British Museum
  83. The Centre Pompidou
  84. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  85. The Painted Ladies
  86. The Palace of Fine Arts
  87. Tokyo National Museum
  88. Tokyo Skytree
  89. Tokyo Tower
  90. Tower of London
  91. Trafalgar Square
  92. Trevi Fountain
  93. Union Buildings
  94. Ushiku Building
  95. Voortrekker Monument
  96. Westminster Abbey
  97. Yoyogi National Stadium
  98. Zojoji


Google 3D AR Human Circulation System

Plants & Related


Hands-on With Google AR 3D


Google 3D Tiger


Google Horse 3D


Google Shark 3D


Google Pug 3D


Google 3D Penguin


Google 3D Cheetah


Google 3D Alligator


Google Macaw 3D

Ball Python

Python 3D Google


Google 3D Eagle


Google 3D Cat


Wolf 3D


Google Duck 3D


Goat 3D


Raccoon 3D

You Need An AR-Enabled Device

In order to access this feature, your device needs to be AR-enabled.

For Android users, an operating system of Android 7.0 or later is required.

For iPhone users, an operating system of iOS 11.0 or later is required.

Google ‘View In 3D’ Not Working?

To view the animals/objects in 3D, you will need to give the Google app some basic access such as ‘Access to use the camera and videos,’ ‘Access to location,’ and more.
You can easily give access by clicking ‘Allow’ whenever the pop-up appears while using the Google View in 3D feature.
Also, you can go to ‘Settings’ and give the necessary permissions.

Remember, If you have an older OS version on your Android and iPhone, the Google AR 3D feature may not work.
An old phone certainly doesn’t support AR.
Take a look at the list of Google AR 3D supported devices here.

Note that some results might be region-locked — for example, I couldn’t see some planets and moons in AR 3D at my place while they were easily visible to my colleagues from the European Region.

It’s Endless Fun!

Not only is this tool a brilliant art resource, but a super-fun and addictive feature to be enjoyed by all in the family.

Kids seem to totally love the 3D animals and objects on Google.

Eventually, Google may start bringing up more 3D objects and even store items to browse in AR instantly.

Do give this a try and let us know what you think about it?

Did You Know?

Did you know that some Google 3D objects and animals can be downloaded for offline viewing. This allows for more flexible access to these interactive models, even without an Internet connection.

Author: Nik is an experienced author with 14 years in software and tech, holding an IT Engineering degree and a Data Science Master's from Liverpool University. Disclaimer: This website's content is created by humans and refined by AI for better grammar, flow, and clarity.

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