Earth Day Quiz: Google’s 2015 Earth Day Logo Answers The Question “Which Animal Are You?”

Today's Google Doodle serves up a search results page with an animal-themed personality quiz from EarthDay.org.

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It’s Earth Day, and to mark the globally recognized event, Google’s doodle team has created an animated illustration that serves up an “Earth Day: Which animal are you?” quiz.

With a rotating globe in front of an animal-themed Google logo, the Earth Day Doodle returns search results that list the Earth Day Network’s Footprint Calculator quiz at the top of the page:

Earth Day Quiz search result

Once you find out which animal you are, you can share the quiz via your social networks or email, retake the quiz, or do a search for your designated animal – which, in my case, was a Woolly Mammoth.

First observed on this date in 1970, Earth Day was founded to advance the efforts of the modern environmental movement, and is credited with helping push a number of U.S. environmental laws, including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act.

According to the Earth Day Network’s website, the organization has more than 50,000 partners in 192 countries and the day is celebrated by more than a billion people worldwide.

Google’s Earth Day Doodle is taking center stage not only in the U.S., but on each of Google’s international homepages across the globe.

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