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Google's reverse image search allows you to find more information about any image, such as the contents of an image, similar images, and any place the image might be located across the Internet.

To perform a reverse image search, go to, or click the "Images" link at the top of the results page.

From here, you can drag and drop an image file into the search field, or click the camera icon to paste an image's URL or find the image from your hard drive.

Google will show you information about the image, such as its size and its best guess for what the image is.

Depending on what you searched for, you'll see page results for Google's guess, other visually similar images, and pages that include exact matches of that image.

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