Winging it! Pet owner uses smart sweets to encourage one of his birds to make their way to become a Connect Four champion
- Two birds in Sandusky, Ohio play Connect Four in a new video clip
- The entertaining images show that they are placing yellow and red discs in the grid while being transferred by their owner
- Kiwi and Capri receive treats in the Hasbro game after each game
- After blocking each other's games, the clip ends with four yellow discs in a vertical line
A new video shows how a bird owner lets his pets play for a full game of Connect Four.
The clip, first shared on August 31, reveals how the man persuades the pair to participate in the Hasbro game where the first player to receive four pieces of the same suit in a row wins.
It is clear that the creatures in Sandusky, Ohio have learned that their participation brings a lot of treats to them while they handle the mini-version of the two-player game.
Two birds in Sandusky, Ohio play Hasbro game Connect Four in a new video clip
Images of Jukin Media shows the intelligent duo that moves around the blue vertical grid and pushes red and yellow discs in while the owner hands them over.
Kiwi and Capri work together perfectly in the clip, which lasts two minutes and 31 seconds, while they grab the plastic pieces with their beaks.
Even after one of the birds has dropped the game item onto the wooden table they are playing on, it continues to play until it picks it up again and blocks the red disk that started the fight.
The entertaining images show that they are placing yellow and red discs in the grid while being transferred by their owner. Kiwi and Capri get treats after every game
The birds cleverly see each other in the clip of two and a half minutes
After his feathered friend cleverly places another red disk on the right, the owner hands out another treat to reward the movement.
But the red-tailed pawl blocks a potential line by perfectly positioning the counter in its mouth, using its claws, and reaching over the top of the structure that challenges its height for a slam-thunk.
At a certain point during the video, the bird with the green back seems to check whether the yellow counter contains a treat.
If you realize that it is not, the competition slows down and the pet seems less interested in playing.
The competitor also seems distracted and makes the mistake of popping a red disk on the left side of the grid to pave the way for the victory of other birds.
With some encouragement, the second player then makes a vertical connection with four discs and is triumphant.
The video ends with four yellow discs in a vertical line, making one the winner
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