MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (CBS) — It’s trick-or-treating – Google style. Thursday’s Halloween-themed Doodle is the perfect spooky diversion at work, and you might even learn something.
The doodle can be found on Google’s homepage. Clicking on the logo brings up an animation of a Halloween neighborhood.READ MORE: 3-Year-Old Boy Pulled From Plymouth Pond Dies
Knock knock! 🚪
WHO's there? 🦉
— Google BOOdles 👻 (@GoogleDoodles) October 31, 2019READ MORE: First VaxMillions Giveaway Drawing To Take Place Monday
Open any one of the six doors reveals either a wolf, tarantula, octopus, vampire bat, jaguar or owl. Pick “trick” and the animal might do something creepy like turn into a vampire – or jam out on a piano keyboard.
But select “treat” and you’ll get a fun fact about the animal. Did you know jaguars love to swim?MORE NEWS: Provincetown Board Of Selectmen Unanimously Approves Reinstatement Of Indoor Mask Requirement
Google says users can support animals like the ones featured in the Halloween Doodle by donating to the World Wide Fund For Nature.