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    For the biders, 1000 frames per second

    A friend sent me an e-mail that said "This is slow motion (1000 frames per second) so when you start it, you’ll think it isn’t working yet but it is. Talk about power. It is spectacular. Best example of a variable geometry wing I've ever seen....... http://www.dogwork.com/owfo8/ "
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    Geeze, i ducked when them claws came out


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    What a spectacular bird !
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    How beautiful - thanks.
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    Yowzers, just amazing!
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    wow....how good was that. Looked like a cat with wings at the end.
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    Fantastic clip. The aerodynamics can only be achieved by nature.

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    wow, really shows the power and grace of the bird. magnificent

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    Thanks for posting that here - I saw it on the birds in backyards website and was amazed then.

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    wow what a beautiful video clip

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    wow how cool was that those claws are just wild.

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