Google is celebrating Earth Day with a nature-inspired doodle.
The roughly five-minute animation switches from day to night as it cycles through the seasons.
Users can click on the doodle to rouse curious animals from their dens.
Pointing a mouse at the clouds will make it rain or snow, depending on the season, and the "G"-shaped garden can be tended to when it becomes overgrown.
When day switches over to night, fireflies will light up to the sky, if the conditions are right.
Even the wind patterns can be controlled.
Earth Day made its debut in 1970. Today, more than 1 billion people in 170 countries are celebrating the event with challenges and campaigns.
You can click on the Google doodle to learn more about the event -- or tune into The Weather Network on TV for more Earth Day coverage.