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    Google on Monday came out with an animated doodle to celebrate the 43rd anniversary of the Earth Day.

    Earth Day is observed every year on April 22 to create awareness among the masses on environmental issues.

    Events are held across the world to sensitize people about the need to protect our environment.

    John McConnell in 1969 at the UNESCO Conference in San Fransisco first proposed the idea to observe Earth Day on March 21. But a month later, Gaylord Nelso, US Senator from Wisconsin, proposed April 22 as the date for observing Earth Day.

    Nelson was also a conservationist and an environmental activist and he pushed for Earth Day celebration as a national teach-in on environmental issues after the frightful oil spill off the coast in 1969.

    Every year millions of people across the globe come together to celebrate the Earth Day.

    Non-profit organizations, governments, schools and communities hold several interactive programmes and activities to create awareness about the need to protect environment.

    The Earth Day 2013 doodle released by Google features a landscape and a static sun with a featured button inset inside.

    When clicked on the doodle's featured button, the sun starts moving and gradually sets in the west.

    As the sun sets, the moon rises in the glittering sky. The moon can be seen in different phases as it moves across the sky.

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    On April 22nd Google celebrates Earth Day 2013 with a nice Animated Doodle.

    This doodle depicts all the seasons.If we click on the letter "G" flowers will fly.Bears will come from their cave if we click on the letter"O".If we want rain we have to click the on the sky.

    Happy Earth Day!!!

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  • Rufous Hummingbird: Google creates Doodle to celebrate Earth Day 2014

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    The moving illustration features a host of animals including a hummingbird, a chameleon, a puffer fish and a dung beetle.





    Google has created an interactive doodle to celebrate Earth Day.

    The American internet giant has devised one of its iconic moving illustrations to mark the annual global environmental protection event.

    The doodle features a host of animals, all of whom wish the viewer a Happy Earth Day.

    First up is the Rufous Hummingbird, a colourful ave whose wings can be seen flapping at the speed of light while it hungrily devours the sweet nectar inside a couple of blooming flowers.

    Next up, a pair of dozing monkeys, identified as Japanese Macaques, huddle together for warmth in a snowy landscape.

    There is also a throbbing moon jellyfish, a dung beetle gamely rolling a much larger ball of animal manure, a bloated, rotating puffer fish and a veiled chameleon doing its best to blend into its surroundings.

    Earth Day was first held in 1970 and is now celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.

    By Anup Sahni| 112 views

  • Rufous hummingbird featured in Google's Earth Day 2014 doodle

    Rufous hummingbird featured in Google's Earth Day 2014 doodle

    Moon jellyfish, puffer fish, dung beetle, veiled chameleon, Japanese macaque, and the rufous hummingbird are featured on Google's animated Earth Day 2014 doodle.

    The Google doodle begins with an animation of a rufous hummingbird hovering over flowers with mouseover text "The Rufous Hummingbird wishes you a happy Earth Day 2014!" Next to the image are three buttons - a search button that throws up Google results for Rufous Hummingbird, a share button that lets you share the doodle with the text "Celebrate Earth Day with the Rufous Hummingbird! #EarthDayDoodle" on Twitter, as well as buttons for sharing to Facebook and Google+, and the reload button that takes you to the next slide.

    The next slide may throw up anyone of the five other species featured in the doodle - the dung beetle, veiled chameleon, Japanese macaque, moon jellyfish, puffer fish. Every species gets its own slide in the doodle, its own mouseover text - "The Dung Beetle/ Moon Jellyfish/ Puffer Fish/ Japanese Macaque/ Veiled Chameleon wishes you a happy Earth Day 2014!" as well as share buttons that you can use to share to Twitter ("Celebrate Earth Day with the Dung Beetle/ Moon Jellyfish/ Puffer Fish/ Japanese Macaque/ Veiled Chameleon! #EarthDayDoodle") or Google+ or Facebook. The search button shows you search results for Dung Beetle/ Moon Jellyfish/ Puffer Fish/ Japanese Macaque/ Veiled Chameleon. The reload button shows one of the spe

    By Anup Sahni| 205 views

  • Google Doodle wishes us all a Happy Earth Day!

    Google Doodle wishes us all a Happy Earth Day!

    TODAY's Google Doodle is in celebration of Earth Day – to mark the annual environmental protection event for our dear planet.



    The interactive graphic starts off with a fluttering Rufous Hummingbird hovering over two flowers that make up the double-o in 'Google'.

    When it is clicked on, it changes to a hardworking dung-beetle rolling a manure ball around five times its size.

    A gelatinous jellyfish then takes over when the graphic is clicked again.

    These sea creatures are particularly fascinating as they do not have their own brains.

    They have a loose network of nerves which connect to other jellyfish in 'nerve nets' to be able to communicate with each other.

    A bit like the internet.

    By Anup Sahni| 136 views

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Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network, and celebrated in more than 193 countries each year.

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    Events are held across the world to sensitize people about the need to protect our environment.

    John McConnell in 1969 at the UNESCO Conference in San Fransisco first proposed the idea to observe Earth Day on March 21. But a month later, Gaylord Nelso, US Senator from Wisconsin, proposed April 22 as the date for observing Earth Day.

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    Every year millions of people across the globe come together to celebrate the Earth Day.

    Non-profit organizations, governments, schools and communities hold several interactive programmes and activities to create awareness about the need to protect environment.

    The Earth Day 2013 doodle released by Google features a landscape and a static sun with a featured button inset inside.

    When clicked on the doodle's featured button, the sun starts moving and gradually sets in the west.

    As the sun sets, the moon rises in the glittering sky. The moon can be seen in different phases as it moves across the sky.

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    On April 22nd Google celebrates Earth Day 2013 with a nice Animated Doodle.

    This doodle depicts all the seasons.If we click on the letter "G" flowers will fly.Bears will come from their cave if we click on the letter"O".If we want rain we have to click the on the sky.

    Happy Earth Day!!!

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    The moving illustration features a host of animals including a hummingbird, a chameleon, a puffer fish and a dung beetle.





    Google has created an interactive doodle to celebrate Earth Day.

    The American internet giant has devised one of its iconic moving illustrations to mark the annual global environmental protection event.

    The doodle features a host of animals, all of whom wish the viewer a Happy Earth Day.

    First up is the Rufous Hummingbird, a colourful ave whose wings can be seen flapping at the speed of light while it hungrily devours the sweet nectar inside a couple of blooming flowers.

    Next up, a pair of dozing monkeys, identified as Japanese Macaques, huddle together for warmth in a snowy landscape.

    There is also a throbbing moon jellyfish, a dung beetle gamely rolling a much larger ball of animal manure, a bloated, rotating puffer fish and a veiled chameleon doing its best to blend into its surroundings.

    Earth Day was first held in 1970 and is now celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.

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  • Rufous hummingbird featured in Google's Earth Day 2014 doodle

    Rufous hummingbird featured in Google's Earth Day 2014 doodle

    Moon jellyfish, puffer fish, dung beetle, veiled chameleon, Japanese macaque, and the rufous hummingbird are featured on Google's animated Earth Day 2014 doodle.

    The Google doodle begins with an animation of a rufous hummingbird hovering over flowers with mouseover text "The Rufous Hummingbird wishes you a happy Earth Day 2014!" Next to the image are three buttons - a search button that throws up Google results for Rufous Hummingbird, a share button that lets you share the doodle with the text "Celebrate Earth Day with the Rufous Hummingbird! #EarthDayDoodle" on Twitter, as well as buttons for sharing to Facebook and Google+, and the reload button that takes you to the next slide.

    The next slide may throw up anyone of the five other species featured in the doodle - the dung beetle, veiled chameleon, Japanese macaque, moon jellyfish, puffer fish. Every species gets its own slide in the doodle, its own mouseover text - "The Dung Beetle/ Moon Jellyfish/ Puffer Fish/ Japanese Macaque/ Veiled Chameleon wishes you a happy Earth Day 2014!" as well as share buttons that you can use to share to Twitter ("Celebrate Earth Day with the Dung Beetle/ Moon Jellyfish/ Puffer Fish/ Japanese Macaque/ Veiled Chameleon! #EarthDayDoodle") or Google+ or Facebook. The search button shows you search results for Dung Beetle/ Moon Jellyfish/ Puffer Fish/ Japanese Macaque/ Veiled Chameleon. The reload button shows one of the spe

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  • Google Doodle wishes us all a Happy Earth Day!

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    TODAY's Google Doodle is in celebration of Earth Day – to mark the annual environmental protection event for our dear planet.



    The interactive graphic starts off with a fluttering Rufous Hummingbird hovering over two flowers that make up the double-o in 'Google'.

    When it is clicked on, it changes to a hardworking dung-beetle rolling a manure ball around five times its size.

    A gelatinous jellyfish then takes over when the graphic is clicked again.

    These sea creatures are particularly fascinating as they do not have their own brains.

    They have a loose network of nerves which connect to other jellyfish in 'nerve nets' to be able to communicate with each other.

    A bit like the internet.

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