Google celebrates Earth Day with interactive doodle

London, April 22: Google celebrated Earth Day with an interactive doodle to mark the annual environmental protection event for our dear planet.

The doddle features a fluttering Rufous Hummingbird hovering over two flowers that make up the double-o in ‘Google and when it is clicked and later changes to a hardworking dung-beetle rolling a manure ball around five times its size, the Daily Express reported.

A gelatinous Moon jellyfish then takes over when the graphic is clicked again, followed by bloated spinning pufferfish is also showcased flapping its tiny fins, while the graphics changes to snow-covered Japanese Macaques and a chameleon when clicked.

The first Earth Day was held in 1970 and more than 192 countries celebrate it each year. (ANI)