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Is Extracting an animated GIF file physically possible?

Can it be done??
Example below.
http://www.ngoko.com/z1_d_f2.gif
How can this be extracted or as in flash decompiled?
As far as you can see its only 1 GIF file but property window says
they are 9 animated frames.Our class is interested in knowing if theres any software or way out there to accomplish such tasks.Thx

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thx but this has been resolved by someone in our class.Thx

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(NT) IrfanView - Options, Extract all frames

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Can be done with GIMP.

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Open the image with gimp. Use the dialogue box to move each layer to the top. Copy each layer independently and paste onto a template. Save each as "image(2-9).png.
After you have copied all but the base layer, eliminate each layer, leaving only the base. Save the image as "image-base.png"

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