Google Doodle Marks The Beginning of December Global Festivities

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Google Doodle Marks The Beginning of December Global Festivities

Today's Google doodle is not just a single image but a comic strip involving three images

Christmas is around the corner and Google is in the mood for festivities already. The search engine celebrated the beginning of December global festivities with three doodles. Yes, today’s Google doodle is not just a single image but a comic strip involving three images. The doodle depicts the friendship of penguins and parrots. In the first doodle, Google shows the happy and excited penguins, living in the snowy world calling up the parrot which lives in a warmer area as inferred from the background image of palm trees. In the next doodle, the super excited penguins are seen packing their bags as they get ready to visit their friends and the calendar shows today’s date.

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The third and last doodle of the series shows a framed photo of the friends and the gift boxes in the display has dates 18, 25, 31 and 1. The box with number 18 is opened and the same indicates that more google doodle treats can be expected on other three dates i.e. Christmas day, New Year’s Eve and New year’s day. “The festive season is here and this pair of slippery-footed siblings are excited to spend time with their warm-weather relatives!” says the search engine about the doodle. “Stay tuned over the next couple of weeks to see what kind of fun this feathery family has in store.”

Here is the first and second doodle of the series

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Here is the last doodle of the comic strip

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The famous search engine has not revealed much about the characters of the doodle on their blog but we will soon see more such animated stories revolving around penguin family. This Google doodle’s reach is quite widespread. It spans across both North and South America continents and in central and southern Africa, Europe, Australia as well as south and east Asia. What are your views on this doodle? Let us know in the comments below.