Snickers Movie Page


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Snickersmovie2.jpg (25575 bytes)


Movie Length - 5 seconds

File Size - 1.6meg

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MoonRoof.jpg (23479 bytes)

File Size - 1.5meg

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TreeSwoop.jpg (19811 bytes)

File Size - 605Kb

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Snickers25.jpg (27065 bytes)File Size - 7.6meg

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Movie Length - 26 seconds

Normal "landing" time for Snickers is about 4-6 seconds.  Ten seconds is long.  However, on this day Snickers decided to blow away all previous records by a wide margin - 25 seconds.  Notice how she seems to pose a couple of times - as though she is saying "yep, I'm pretty, and this is your lucky day".  


CarDoor.jpg (33982 bytes)File Size - 1.3meg

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Movie Length - 5 seconds

My car door is a familiar place for Snickers to find peanuts.

Image4.jpg (25791 bytes)Peanut.jpg (24733 bytes)








File Size 552kb       File Link -          Movie Length - 2 seconds

Snickers will swoop down and take a peanut from my hand in two ways - (1) with the peanut laying flat in my hand and,  (2) with me holding the peanut straight up in my fingers.   Number one is shown above in the "SwoopFromTree" movie clip.  This clip is an example of number two.   The nice thing about the QuickTime player - you can view frame by frame and see Snickers superb agility.

OK - But How Do I Play and Download These Files?

The Apple QuickTime format (.mov) is the original format as taken with my Nikon Coolpix 990 digital camera (15 frames/sec).   The Microsoft Media Player that comes with Windows 95/98/ has problems with this file format.  Unless you already have a QuickTime player installed, you will need to download the free version at:   Free QuickTime Player

Downloading Files

Don't click on the file links with your left mouse button.   These files are too big to be streamed (viewed as downloaded).   Rather, the files are meant to be downloaded to your hard drive first.  How you do this depends on which browser your using.  Here's a couple examples on how to do this:

(1) In Internet Explorer 5.0, right click on the file link and select "save target as".  

(2) In Netscape 4.7, right click on file link and select "save link as".