Have you checked your computer today?
Have you used the internet, or launched a search via www.google.com?
Did you notice anything strange?
Moving apes replaced the "oo" isn't it?
Wondered what the new Google logo is about? Then let's find out.
The 41st anniversary of the discovery of 'Lucy' has been celebrated with aGoogle Doodle. 'Lucy' is a collection of fossilised bones that once made up the skeleton of a hominid from the Australopithecus afarensis species. She lived in Ethiopia 3.2 million years ago.First discovered in 1973, the discovery was remarkably 'complete' - 40 per cent of her skeleton was found intact, rather than just a handful of incomplete and damaged fossils that usually make up remains of a similar age.As her named suggests, Lucy came from the Australopithecus genus, and was a member of the Hominini tribe, just like us.
Lucy was one of the later Australopiths, and is believed to have lived inwhat is now Ethiopiaaround 3.…