Google celebrates winter with adorable doodle. It includes baby snowman

Google recently came up with an adorable doodle to celebrate the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere. It includes a baby snowman.

Google is known for its adorable doodles. They often come up with some of the most heartwarming animations to celebrate big days of the year and they have done it once again.

To celebrate the commencement of the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere, Google, today shared an adorable doodle. With a dark backdrop showing snowfall, the word Google has been written in its original colours, but the Earth is placed in a clever position so that it works as the second O of Google.

There is also a cute little baby snowman, complete with two eyes, an orange nose and two buttons situated in the Northern Hemisphere. The Earth has also been portrayed as a baby with big eyes looking up at the snowman.

According to Google, the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere starts on December 22, 2019, and will end on March 20, 2020.

The Google Doodle that is titled 'Happy Winter 2019!' celebrates the winter solstice. Winter solstice, also known as the hibernal solstice occurs twice a year, once on each of the Earth's poles. The winter solstice occurs usually on December 21 or 22 and the summer solstice occurs usually on June 21 or 22. Winter solstice is the moment when the Northern hemisphere has the shortest day and the longest night.


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