Happy Earth Day 2019: Google Doodle celebrated six rival organisms that live with us

Happy Earth Day 2019: Google Doodle celebrated six rival organisms that live with us

The 22 April of every year, is set apart as Earth Day. On this day, the modern environmental movement was born in 1970. Also, celebrating the environment today, Google has a vivified excursion around the globe made planned for you.

On the search page,, Google has an Earth Day 2019 doodle, which has a progression of animations in it that acquaint you with various birds and animals that are interesting and special. If you tap on the doodle today, you will see the movement look down to a ‘Wandering Albatross’, that has the widest wingspan on the planet, next up is a ‘Coastal Redwood’ tree, which is the tallest tree on the world at 377 feet. If you tap the arrow further down, you will be introduced to ‘Paedophryne amanuensis’ which is the smalled vertebrate in the world.

Another scroll down is the ‘Amazon Water Lily’, which is the biggest amphibian plant. At that point there is the ‘Coelacanth’, a fish that has been around since the days of dinosaurs and is 407 million old. Lastly springs up the deep Cave Springtail’, which is among the deepest-dwelling terrestrial creatures.

While the doodle briefs a little on each on these organisms, if any of these species get your attention, you can simply click on the that particular Doodle slide and Google will direct you to additional information.

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