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Do you care if wild animals needlessly suffer and die during wintertime? If so, see www.shelteranimals.org.

 

Low-quality video (#1) of the Sno-Skimmer (a radio-controlled snowmobile) in action, ridden by The Bear:

Format: .wmv (Windows Media Audio/Video file)
File size: 2.43 MB
Opens with: Windows Media Player

  • The video should play automatically once it loads! If it does not, right click on the icon and select "Play."

  • The video may take several minutes to load if you have a dial-up connection. Now may be a good time to have a cup of coffee (or two!). :-)

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