Google Doodle


Google Doodle

A Day In The Life

Today’s Google Doodle honors the life of Phoebe Snetsinger.

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From CNet by Michelle Starr:

Passionate and dedicated birder Phoebe Snetsinger, born in 1931, remains one of the world’s most prolific. At the time of her death, in 1999, she had seen 8,398 species of the estimated 10,000 known species in the world, more than anyone else in history at the time. On June 9, 2016, she would have been 85, and Google is remembering her life with a special Doodle. She lived 18 more years after her diagnosis, and died in a bus crash, not from her cancer.

Snetsinger’s interest in birds was piqued in 1965, when she spotted a Blackburnian Warbler, but she didn’t become truly dedicated until 1981, when, at the age of 50, she was diagnosed with terminal melanoma, with just one year to live. Rather than spend that time at home, Snetsinger took herself to Alaska…

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