Google has added an entry for “Zoo” to its search engine.
The search engine was created in 2014 as part of the Google+ social network to help people search for animal-related news and entertainment.
Google added the search to the site in 2016, though it was unclear when the search would make it into Google.
Searching for “zookeeper” in Google News, Google’s news site, brings up a search for “zoo,” according to The Associated Press.
The entry for zoo is the first time the search has made it into the Google News search bar.
Google+ has more than 30 million monthly users, but Google is not showing its search results on the search bar on its search page.
It is possible that other Google search engines could see the zookeeper search entry, but it is not clear if Google has the capacity to do so.
The zookeeping site was founded in 1997 by Larry Ellison, founder of Oracle Corp. Ellison has since moved on to the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Ellison founded Oracle and has been the chairman of Google since 2015.
Google’s search results were not included in the top 10 Google News searches for zookeepers.
Google recently added “turtles” to the top-ranked search for the animal.