You can look up answers to any animal-related query on Google: What food consumes an aye-aye? Narwhals reside where? How long is the beak on a toco toucan? And on this Earth Day, you can use Google to get the response to the question, “Which animal are you?”
A completely scientific and 1000% correct personality quiz is one of the Internet’s most popular games when you click on this year’s Earth Day logo (or search for “Environment Day quiz”). Decide on your Environment Day animal by taking a moment to respond to a few questions and then share it. Of course, learning more about nature’s fascinating inhabitants and priceless friends is just a quick search away (FYI: kakapo is the heaviest parrot).
Go no further than the endorsements of some of our quiz-loving pals like Ed Norton, Jared Leto, and Maggie Q for evidence of the validity of our quiz. Dame Jane Goodall completed the test and offered the following feedback:
Google Upgraded Its Environment Day Doodle with An Animal Quiz.
Google is marking Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22, with an extravagant variation of its well-known Google Doodle.
The Doodle is a cute, Earth-themed GIF, but clicking on it will allow you to play Google’s “Which animal are you?” quiz and view videos of famous people who have already taken the test.
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We eventually heard renowned primatologist Jane Goodall say, “I found out I’m a whooping crane,” as a result of this.
As a day of environmental advocacy and celebration of the natural world, Earth Day was first observed in 1970. Since then, it has extended from the United States to become a global day of awareness about issues including climate change and wildlife.
Activities this year include a hike along a portion of the Great Wall of China to clean it up, regional celebrations around the U.S., tigers’ rainforest conservation in Sumatra, and a Facebook initiative to plant a billion seeds or trees.
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Among the famous people who created videos for Google’s quiz on Earth Day were Jared Leto and Edward Norton, and they surely adhered to the rules. Jared Leto is, of course, wearing sunglasses in the dark while Norton is “casually” lounging around in the light making fun of himself for being called a pangolin.