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Google marks Father's Day with an animate doodle with father duck and six ducklings
Internet search engine and technology giant Google celebrates Farther's Day with an animated doodle which is celebrated in many countries on the third Sunday of June including India.

The doodle for June 16 this year consists of three slides depicting three slides with a grey coloured father duck, looking after his six ducklings. The animated father has two blue ducklings, two red ducklings, one yellow and one green duckling.

In the first slide, the father duck is perplexed as ducklings create a ruckus with one of them starts jumping on his head. The second slide shows the father duck playing hide and seek, and in the third slide, he is shown blowing the ducklings into bubbles to make them rise in the air as a protective and supportive father.

It may be recalled that Father's Day that began in the United States to celebrate male parenting and honouring father figures has spread to most countries now.

Here is the fatherly advice of an intellectual father K. Kuykendall to his son which goes as follows: "Son, we are all products of operant conditioning. By daring to think outside the box, you'll be judged. Stay the course. Heightened cognizance is meaningful only when freely sought out and discovered. Not when it is incrementally spoon-fed to you throughout your lifetime."

Lamenting the technology driven society in which emotional bondages are becoming minimal, Allene Vanoirschot warns thus: "The importance of fatherhood in our society is gravely underrated; the damage of fatherless generations is upon us."

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