Lunar New Year Google Logo Shows A Sheep, Ram Or Goat?

Feb 19, 2015 • 8:08 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos
 

The Google logo on many of the Google home pages is to celebrate the Lunar New Year. It is the first day of a secular, sacred or other year whose months are coordinated by the cycles of the moon. It is also the Chinese New Year.

The Google Doodle, displayed below, shows a ram or maybe a sheep or maybe a goat slamming into a tree setting off a set of chain reactions leading to a fireworks display.

Lunar New Year Google Logo

Depending on where you are, you may get a different logo, like in various Asian countries.

The Google UK team said on Google+:

Lunar New Year celebrations...

Sheep, ram, or goat? Whatever the animal, celebrate the Lunar New Year with our special #GoogleDoodle .

Find photographs, blogs and videos from around the world - and share your own - by clicking on the #CNY hashtag.

You can see a higher resolution version of this Doodle over here. Here is the Vietnam version,

Forum discussion at Google+ and Google Web Search Help.

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