Doodle remembers zoologist Dian Fossey
Google on January 16 remembered Dian Fossey - the late American zoologist who spent 18 years her life studying gorillas in Rwanda and also worked for their conservation - through a customary doodle portrayed gorillas in misty forests and Fossey taking field notes.
Fossey is famous for her work in the Karisoke Research Center, where she was the director, and her book Gorillas in the Mist. She was found murdered at her cabin in 1985. The case is still unsolved.