Google Doodle is a special, temporary alteration, of the logo in Google’s homepages. These are fun and interesting to view. As some of them are very surprising and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo. The main aim of the Google Doodle is to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists. Recently Google is celebrating Spring 2021 with a beautiful Google Doodle. These Doodles bring joy among the people who watch them and creates happiness among the people. On Saturday, Google has celebrated Spring 2021. Till now it is believed that Google’s team has created 4,000 doodles for our homepages around the world. As with its new and amazing ideas, the demand for these doodles has increased over time in the US and internationally.
Google Doodle Spring 2021 details
Google Doodle has a hedgehog. This hedgehog appears to be smiling as if it is welcoming the new season. The season began on March 20 and lasts until June 21. This doodle dedicated to flowers and honey bees to mark the beginning of the Spring season in the Northern Hemisphere. The joys that the spring season brings are shown accurately in this Google Doodle. These are some interesting facts about Spring so let’s have a look at them.
Interesting facts about Spring
It is observed that today the length of the day, as well as the night, will be the same in almost every part of the world. As the duration for each part will be approximately 12 hours. This beginning of the new season is celebrated with rites and festivals. From today the temperature will get hotter with every passing day. But in Spings the days not much hotter not even much colder.
Equinox is the change in the season. This arrives in between summer and winter each year. It occurs separately in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere which makes it appears twice a year. As in between March 21-22 it occurs in Northern Hemisphere whereas in Southern Hemisphere it begins on September 22 or 23. This shows that the beginning of the spring season in the northern hemisphere coincides with the starting of autumn in the southern hemisphere and vice-a-vera.