Google celebrates bees on 50th Earth day

    To raise public awareness about the environment and inspire people to save and protect it. The Google Doodles today marked the 50th anniversary of our plant, the Earth Day with a special interactive doodle dedicated to one of the smallest and most critical organisms – the Bees.

    Today’s Doodle reminds us all of how small actions performed by individuals everywhere add up to big results.

    The Bees!
    Did you know? Pollination by bees makes two-third of our world’s crops possible as well as 85% of world’s flowering plant!

    The oldest bee fossile is one hundred million years old, preserved in the piece of amber, found from a mine in Myanmar.

    This year, the Doodle art engineering by Doodlers Jacob Howcroft & Stephanie Gu, is a fun challenge where users can guide a bee from flower to flower, help in pollination and unlock facts about bees. “The player can keep pollinating forever…Since the game goes on as long as you want it to, you can end seeing thousands of flowers, trees, and bushes,” said the creators to Hindu.

    “What we love about today’s Google Dood
    is how it captures the impact a single bee has on the plants and habitats it visits. Imagine then, the pollinating power that trillions of bees have on ecosystems around the world!

    Also to learn more about our winged friends, and help them in their journey to pollinate a variety of bloom, by playing the google doodle.

    [Click the link below] and  Enjoy your lockdown doing productive.

    Happy Earth Day 2020! #GoogleDoodle