Google Doodle Celebrates Earth Day 2019

Earth Day is a holiday initiated by the United Nations in 2009. More than 50 co-authors

member states of the organization. In the northern hemisphere, Earth Day is celebrated in spring, and in the Southern hemisphere in autumn. The main purpose of this action is to draw the attention of society and every person on the planet to the problems of the Earth, to the problems of its environment, and it gives an opportunity to learn about the difficult tasks that humankind faces to save the planet.

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Google Doodle

In honor of Earth Day, Google created a collage with interesting facts about nature:

The wandering albatross is the largest wingspan of the currently existing birds.

Sequoia red - the tallest tree.

Frog Paedophryne Amauensis is the smallest vertebrate animal.

Victoria Amazon - one of the largest aquatic plants.

Healings are the most ancient of the existing animals.

The ponytail Plutomurus ortobalaganensis is the deepest inhabiting underground animal.