Google Doodle is no longer static as today’s doodle on Earth Day 2015 turned more interactive with the second’O’ on Google replaced by a revolving Earth planet attracting the attention of the visitor.
Once you click on it, it takes you to a fun pop quiz to determine which animal closely resembles you. The Earth Day Doodle makers assure you that the quiz is scientific and 100% accurate.
Ever since 1970, Earth Day has been a day of celebration for environmentalists and governments all over the world and 192 countries join the spirit of saving our planet on this day, which is coordinated by the Earth Day Network.
Similar to Facebook, the earth in Google icon takes you to the quiz where you can take the Google earth Day quiz. You can search Google for answers to all kinds of animal questions such as:
Which animal are you?
What does an aye-aye eat?
Where do narwhals live?
How long is a toco toucan’s beak?
“Clicking on this year’s Earth Day logo presents one of the Internet’s favorite pastimes: a totally scientific and 1,000% accurate personality quiz. Take the time to answer a few questions to determine and share your Earth Day animal,” says Google Doodle team.
It further says that “you’re only a search away from learning more about nature’s precious pals and interesting inhabitants (fyi: kakapo is the heaviest parrot).
If you need proof of the accuracy of our quiz, look no further than the testimonials of some of our wildlife-loving, quiz-taking friends who reported back on their spirit animals, says the Google Doodle team.
Here’s a glance at the Google Doodle Earth Day quiz:
What are you up to on a typical Friday night?
- Alone in my burrow
- Rarely seen out
- Strutting my stuff
- Following the herd
You and your best friend show up to a party wearing the same outfit. What’s your reaction?
Choose a snack:
What do you look for in a partner?
Choose a hobby: