We are no strangers to Google unraveling a new doodle to celebrate a significant day or a special event and Earth Day 2014 is obviously no different.
Google is welcoming this Earth Day with a special doodle that features six different wildlife species and each of them is shown in their natural environment.
It starts off with a lovely Rufous humming bird hovering over the doodle and soon you can uncover the Japanese Macaque, Veiled chameleon, Moon jellyfish, Puffer fish and Dung beetle.
The ingenious doodle probably is aimed at creating awareness not just regarding the diverse species that are in quick need of protection, but also asks us to preserve their natural environment.
While the doodle starts with the Humming bird frenzy, you move onto the Japanese Macaques that are shivering in a snowy landscape.
The moon jellyfish is next as it moves up in serene waters and the dung beetle follows as it rolls up a giant ball manure. A puffer fish and a veiled chameleon complete the dynamic doodle that is both fun and educative.
Celebrated across 192 countries each year, the tradition of Earth Day was started in 1970 and has gained global acceptance in the last decade or so.
With climate change becoming such a key issue in the last few years, the significance of the day has only increased as environmentalists try and spread green awareness globally.