Google Doodle celebrates Earth Day 2019: The Google Doodle devoted to Earth Day, celebrated on Apr 22, aims to represent the diversity and uniqueness of the land. NEW DELHI: As the world celebrates Earth Day 2019 today, Google indicated the day with an interactive doodle that explores six organisms and their earthly superlative. The Google Doodle dedicated to Earth Day, celebrated on Apr 22, aims to represent the diversity and uniqueness of the land. The doodle contains six organisms that have earthly superlatives or qualities, like being the tallest, smallest and so on.
The last thing I wanted to do was feature animals based on their cuteness or the way they might appeal in some way to my sensibilities. We tried to concentrate on with a range of organisms from around the world, says Google’s Earth Day 2019 doodle creator Kevin Laughlin. World Earth Day 2019 Google Doodle slideshow includes the wandering albatross, coast redwood, paedophryne amauensis, Amazon water lily, coelacanth and cave springtail. The wandering albatross has the world’s widest wingspan which aids the bird soars hundreds of miles without flap. Coastal redwood, or Sequoia sempervirens, are the tallest trees in the entire world.
At ft, the tree is comparable at a height of 75 humans. Paedophryne amauensis is the smallest frog and the smallest known vertebrates on the planet at 7.7 millimeters in length only. The water lily of Amazonia is among the world’s largest aquatic plants capable of supporting the weight of a little man. Coelacanths, at 407 million years old, are a rare order of fish that have been on earth since the days of the dinosaurs. Cave springtails are eyeless insects which scientists have called the deepest earth creature. All life’s amazing and worth observing. If I could inspire the smallest piece of interest or wonder in someone, that could make me very happy, Mr Laughlin said.