It’s been 20 years since Google was founded by two Stanford students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and today (Sept. 27), the search engine giant is commemorating its foundation with a special Google Doodle.
The Doodle, which was designed and built by the MediaMonks Animation team, features a short, animated video that celebrates two decades of searching the web. The video focuses on global searches and the most popular inquiries, such as “What will happen on Y2K?” and “How do you dance?”
The Doodle also shows just how much the world has evolved in 20 years, from asking what the human genome project is, to the proper way to pronounce the word “GIF.”
“Google wouldn’t be what it is today if it weren’t for you: a curious crowd that comes to Search with all of life’s questions,” the company wrote in a blog post. “Today’s birthday Doodle is dedicated to you, and the 20 years of searches that represent the inquisitiveness of people everywhere.”
Watch Google’s anniversary video below.