On the occasion of Earth Day 2019, Google has created a doodle with fun facts about six fascinating creatures. When choosing on Sunday HERE Earth Day Google Doodle, it zooms in on some of the creatures to show them that dwell on the earth in many different environments. Since the Doodle will zoom in from outer space, the first animal you see is a wandering albatross has the largest wingspan of a living bird. Subsequently, the Doodle is showing coastal redwoods- the tallest tree in the world. Doodle also zoom past the PAEDOPHRYNE AMAUENSIS, the smallest frog and swirling water and Amazon Lily, one of the largest aquatic plant in the world. Finally, the Doodle will Coelacanth – a fish that is considered one of the oldest living species to be – and, finally, the deep cave springtail, an insect that is one of the deepest living terrestrial species on Earth. If one of these guys who do not know, there is a simple multi-click way on the Google Doodle and learn, you get more information.
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