Published: Wed, January 02, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

New Year's eve: Google doodle kicks off celebration with purple elephants

New Year's eve: Google doodle kicks off celebration with purple elephants

December 31 is celebrated across the world as New Year's Eve. In the doodle, Google users will see mammoth pile of balloons, a number of party hats and two friends (actually Elephants) celebrating the eve in their own fashion.

Google's doodle shows two cute elephants blowing up balloons and eating popcorn.

A Google Doodle is a special, temporary adjustment of the logo on Google's homepages that commemorates holidays, events, achievements, and people. In the blog post detailing the doodle, Google says we will sing that song "Should old acquaintance be forgot" and quickly adds that Elephants never forget. Tomorrow will be the first day of the New Year. How does your New Year's Eve look?

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Not only Doodle but animated Doodle. This year, the doodle is more subdued and uses Elephants as the main character. Behind them there is a wall which has a clock which is about to strike 12am and a wall hanging with the Google logo. Many countries also witness fireworks, parties and various other kinds of celebrations on this day. Extravaganza at New York City's Times Square will be witnessed by billions of people around the world.

Last year, on New Year's Eve, Google had marked the occasion with a doodle featuring a family of birds - penguins and parrots.

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