"Happy New Year" what Google wants on its homepage this Wednesday (1). The search engine celebrates the arrival of 2020 with a special Doodle. The illustration shows the Froggy frog watching the sunrise and is being shown in almost every country in the world. When hovering the mouse over the drawing, the user reads the message "Happy 2020" and, when clicking on the image, is directed to the search results for "Happy New Year".
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The Froggy Frog is a character created by Google for climate research done by cell phone. This year, the pet was chosen for the Doodle illustrations that celebrate 2020. He also appeared in the animations of New Year's Eve, shown on the 31st.
Froggy frog used in Google illustration to wish 'Happy New Year' Photo: Reproduo / Google
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The search engine usually uses animal illustrations to commemorate the arrival of other years. However, in 2020, the figure does not display the company name. In 2019, the site replaced its logo with a drawing of purple elephants with little flags that formed the word Google. In 2018, it was the turn of penguins to illustrate the animation.
Happy New Year 2020 message
The new year begins on January 1, according to the Gregorian calendar. On occasion, people come together to say goodbye to the previous year and celebrate the arrival of the new year. At that time, it is common to send happy new year messages to friends, family and boyfriend (a).
If you want to send happy 2020 messages to someone, you can turn to websites and apps. On mobile, several apps offer happy new year phrases to send via WhatsApp. If you prefer a happy new year image, you can use Canva to create personalized art and share it on social media.
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