Binpad is a fairly new search engine that's been getting quite a lot of mentions, but I'm not entirely sure why. Anyway, it's a category search engine, which means that when you run a search it will - on the fly - pull up information and categorise it for you. You get four major categories, and then a number a less important ones. A search for the breed 'Jack Russell' for example brings back the top fifty sites, information on the breed, a section on puppies for sale, rescue animals and so on. In order to see the sites contained in each category, just click on the category name. You also get a small strip of image results at the bottom of the SERPs.
I found it rather a sparse site really, and it wasn't particularly exciting. You can see what I mean here:
There wasn't an option to choose video, social media content and so on, though there was a news option available to me. No help option of course, so your guess is as good as mine as to what is available. There wasn't an option to exclude adult material either, so it's not a great search engine, and I'm struggling to find reasons why you'd be desperate to use it.