Google is now using a new, experimental spin on a common type of animal experiment that has been used to save the lives of animals in the past.
The company has used the new “spiral” design for an animal feeding trial, according to the company’s blog.
The company says it’s the first time this has been done in the wild.
The company says the design uses a needle with an opening on each end to pump water into a tube, allowing the animal to drink it while the tube stays closed.
The tube is then closed and a water bottle is placed inside.
The animal is then allowed to drink the water bottle until it is full.
Google says it has been conducting these trials for the past year.
It’s not the first company to try this new design.
Last month, the company announced it had used the same design to create a “piglet,” a device that has the potential to help save the life of an elephant by feeding it water, a small tube with a small opening, and a feeding apparatus that allows the animal’s intestines to be pumped through the tube.
Google has since expanded the piglet’s ability to drink water.
This is the first known instance of a company using a technology that works outside of the laboratory to help animals.
It’s also the first instance of the company using this type of design to save animals.
Google’s announcement comes after Facebook announced in August it had developed a new version of its “Piglet” technology that was designed to help people with cancer who are not receiving chemotherapy.
This is not the only animal trial Google has recently conducted.
The internet giant last year conducted a test to test whether the company could help animals survive if the company implanted the animal with a tiny camera.