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Google is cheering the dislodging of the Ever Given ship in its own unique way — with a boat-parade Easter egg in its search results.
Animated boats float across the top of the screen when Googlers search phrases related to the “Suez Canal” and “Ever Given.”
The special Google salute comes as others have celebrated the refloating of the 22,000 ton ship from the back of the canal. The Ever Given was lodged in one of the world’s most crucial maritime passage ways from March 23 to March 29, blocking passage for hundreds of ships waiting to go through.
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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi was elated at the cargo ship’s dislodging yesterday, and tugboat crews honked and cheered the removal.
The 1,300-foot-long ship was reportedly going faster than the canal speed limit when it lost control last Tuesday and wound up stuck in the passageway, blocking traffic both ways. The owners and insurers of the ship could be facing
Source:: Businessinsider – Tech