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14th day of Winter Olympics marked with Google's Doodle Snow Games animation featuring cartoon animals playing ice hockey
The internet search engine giant has put up another animated doodle to mark the 14th day of the 2018 Winter Olympics that features a ice-hockey match that pits Squirrel against Chipmunk.

Google doodle of today is the part of 17 commemorative doodles meant to celebrate the on-going Winter Olympics in South Korea that would conclude on 25th February.

The users can activate the cartoon animal-based animated illustration by simply clicking on the play button at the centre of the logo of Google on its homepage.

Google in its blog writes, "Welcome to Day 14 of the Doodle Snow Games! On this brrr-eezy day in PyeongChang, we're joined by athletes from all over the world hoping to prove themselves best in class (or species)."

It adds further urging to click the play button, "Today's hockey match pits Squirrel against Chipmunk in a friendly battle between furry cousins. Chipmunk scurries out onto the ice in their traditional striped uniform looking bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Can Squirrel bury the competition and get the gold?"

Describing the doodle Google blog informs, "The ref drops the acorn and the game is on. Squirrel wins the faceoff and cracks a big slapshot, sending the puck soaring towards the net. Chipmunk easily gobbles up the shot, taunting the competition with a cheeky smirk. The crowd goes nuts!"

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