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ANIMAL/MAMMAL/BIRD/FISH DEATHS (A RECORD)

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I have been lacking on this score...we don't know why these animals/mammals/birds are dying, but....perhaps it is time to do something about it..
  April 29, 2012

Over 1200 Dead Pelicans in Northern Peru, Same Region as Mass Dolphin Die-Off


The birds began to appear dead on the northern coast of the country for more than 10 days. Neither the Peruvian Sea Institute Sernanp neither could explain the phenomenon.

According to Francisco Nique, president of the Association of Fishermen of Puerto Eten, for about 10 or 12 days have found more than 1,200 dead pelicans along 160 kilometers, between Punta Negra, in Piura , and San Jose creek in Lambayeque .

He reported that seven dolphins were found stranded, which add up to more than 3,000 fish dead in northern Peru so far this year.

The 3,000 ‘dead fish’, dolphins.


http://deathby1000papercuts.com/2012/04/over-1200-dead-pelicans-in-northern-peru-same-region-as-mass-dolphin-die-off/

please add to this thread so we can maybe keep track a little of how our earth is being affected....





 

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take a look at this story from last year:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1344913/Animal-death-mystery-8k-turtle-doves-fall-dead-Italy-blue-stain-beaks.html

Overeating and indigestion blamed for 1,000 turtle doves falling dead in Italy with strange blue stain on their beaks

now, we know that birds use magnetism to travel, and so do fish. bird's compasses are in their beaks, PRECISELY where that stain is. imo, that stain is a bruise. when the poles move quickly, i think it warps their compasses and damn near knocks them out.

now, we also have this story from the SAME time as the bird/fish deaths from last year. they had to move runways because "north" wasnt "north" all of a sudden.

also, if you recall around the same time, the military had to recalculate their GPS systems.

if you go back and look at all the stories from last year...this seems to happen around the solstice and equinox. again, imo, that time may make the poles move faster. we also had penguins wash up in south america alive. why? because they didnt know where the hell north was.

imo, we are seeing a gradual pole shift (still faster than normal) that imo could speed up in a very big way over this year, and on into next. or, some kind of energy is coming from inside the earth and zapping these fools.

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Peru examines deaths of more than 500 pelicans

The government of Peru is investigating the deaths of more than 500 pelicans along a 70km (40-mile) stretch of the country's northern coast.

Officials say most appeared to have died on shore over the past few days.

Source:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-17890174

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Dead fish cause panic in Western Turkey

May 2, 2012

IZMiR - Dogan News Agency

"Locals in Izmir’s Tahtal? district are in a panic due to the appearance of dead fish in the area. ?a?al Village locals believe fire extinction planes, which are currently being used in the area for trial flights, are the cause behind the dead fish.

Many dead fish have washed up on shore around the village due to waves and wind, said locals speaking to Do?an news agency.

“This is the first time that we have experienced such an event here. Sometimes the river basin becomes the area for test fligths. We think that this is affecting the current situation of dead fish.”

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/dead-fish-cause-panic-in-western-turkey-.aspx?pageID=238&nID=19699&NewsCatID=378

don't know if this is massive...but it is a fish kill being reported

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Fish Pond in Shenzhen Ravaged Overnight

CAUSE OF FISH KILL UNKNOWN

MAY 3, 2O12

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The fish pond covered with dead fish, located near a building site in the Mai Ke industrial area of Shenzhen, on May 1, 2012. [Photo: CRI online]

"Over 50 thousand fish in a pond near an industrial area in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen died overnight on Monday, CRI Online reports.

The dead fish are mostly concentrated in the northern corner of the pond, and half of the body of water is now covered with rotting fish.

Located in the Qiangxiaxin Village at the junction of the Guangming New District and Dongguan in Shenzhen, the fish pond is larger than two basketball courts in area.

"We have invested a total of 350 thousand yuan (about 56 thousand USD) in the form of 60 thousand fish; now it's all over," said Ms. Liu, the fish pond owner. "These fish have been raised for one year, and could have been sold at market three months later."

Liu said she will not sell the dead fish at market despite suffering great financial losses as a result. She also suspects that heavy rain may have led to the pond being contaminated by toxic and harmful substances from a nearby building site in the Maike industrial area.

A manager surnamed Wen at the building site said that he is willing to cover any losses but stated that he is unaware of the presence of toxic materials at the site."

http://english.cri.cn/6909/2012/05/03/2821s697139.htm

Fish kill scare along Kuwait bay

"KUWAIT: Fish have been dying in large numbers along Kuwait bay. This incident serves as an indicator of pollution or a major imbalance in marine environment, instilling fear of a possible fish kill. According to a local Arabic daily, Salah Al-Mudhi, General Director of Environment Public Authority (EPA) has accused people of spreading rumors most of the time. He said that dead fish could have been dumped into the sea by fishermen because most belonged to the ‘Giant Sea Catfish,’ species.

To assess the situation better, the EPA has requested the Public Authority for Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources (PAAAFR) to investigate the cause and supervise the area. “Since last Friday, when EPA sought our assistance, we have begun daily inspection tours in the Kuwait Bay area, noticing that the number of fish have reduced drastically compared to Friday. We are still inspecting to make sure that it is not ‘fish kill’ and prevent more cases from occurring,” Sharik Awadh, PR of PAAAFR told Kuwait Times yesterday."

http://news.kuwaittimes.net/2012/05/06/fish-kill-scare-along-kuwait-bay/

Dead Dolphins and Birds Are Causing Alarm in Peru

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A blue-footed booby found Sunday on a beach south of Lima. Officials say seabirds may be starving, and dolphins may have a virus

By DAVID JOLLY and ANDREA ZARATE

Published: May 7, 2012

"Late last year, fishermen began finding dead dolphins, hundreds of them, washed up on Peru’s northern coast. Now, seabirds have begun dying, too, and the government has yet to conclusively pinpoint a cause. "

"Officials insist that the two die-offs are unrelated. The dolphins are succumbing to a virus, they suggest, and the seabirds are dying of starvation because anchovies are in short supply."

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"At least 877 dolphins and more than 1,500 birds, most of them brown pelicans and boobies, have died since the government began tracking the deaths in February, the Environment Ministry said last week. The dolphins, many of which appeared to have decomposed in the ocean before washing ashore, were found in the Piura and Lambayeque regions, not far from the border with Ecuador.

read this sad account here.....

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/08/world/americas/peru-has-no-answers-on-dead-dolphins-and-seabirds.html?_r=1

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Mystery surrounds dead pelicans found along Indian River

May 9, 2012

By Greg Pallone, Reporter

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A mystery is unfolding as several dead pelicans have been found along the Indian River over the past few weeks

BREVARD COUNTY --

"A mystery is unfolding in Brevard County as several dead pelicans have been found along the Indian River over the past few weeks.

Florida Fish and Wildlife biologists collected two of the dead pelicans after at least eleven of the birds have been found along the bank in Palm Shores near Melbourne, and people are puzzled as to why they died.

Wildlife officials said there have been no reports of fish kills, algae blooms or other factors that could have contributed to the deaths.

Meantime, the mystery remains.

"I might see one once in a blue moon,” said Tim Carlisle of Palm Shores Public Works. “But for this many popping up on the shore, it's unexplained."

http://www.cfnews13.com/content/news/cfnews13/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2012/5/8/dead_pelicans_myster.html?hpt=hp_t2

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2,300 birds found dead along Chilean beaches

From Marilia Brocchetto, CNN

updated 3:13 AM EDT, Sat May 12, 2012

Wildlife engineer Guillermo Boigorria, left, and regional prosecutor Lev Castro inspect sea bird in Peru, which along with Chile has seen a rash of water bird deaths.

Wildlife engineer Guillermo Boigorria, left, and regional prosecutor Lev Castro inspect sea bird in Peru, which along with Chile has seen a rash of water bird deaths.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/12/world/americas/chile-peru-dead-birds/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

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More fish deaths in Periyar

5/13/2012

"For the second time in a week, massive fish deaths were reported from Pathalam belt in river Periyar, triggering alarm and protests.

Dead fish were found in bunches on the banks of river on Saturday morning. The local residents and councillors of Kadungalloor panchayat alerted the district Pollution Control Board officials who came and collected the samples of water and fish.

Local residents, fishermen, panchayat members and green activists of Periyar Malineekarana Virudha Samithi (PMVS) blocked the PCB officials when they came to collect the samples, in protest against the negligent attitude of the authorities in checking continuing fish deaths."

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/cities/kochi/more-fish-deaths-periyar-092

32 Dead Porpoises Worry Wildlife Experts

"More than 32 Yangtze finless porpoises have been found dead in the Dongting and Poyang lakes in China in the last two months, leading wildlife experts to worry whether the rare animals are being pushed closer to extinction, the World Wildlife Fund has reported.

Yangtze finless porpoises live mainly in the freshwater Yangtze River and the two lakes, where the bodies of more than 32 of them have been found since March 3. One of the porpoises was pregnant, according to the blog Save Yangtze Finless Porpoise. [World's Cutest Baby Wild Animals]"

http://www.livescience.com/20021-dead-yangtze-finless-porpoises.html

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Fish kills grow in algae-tainted waters

Death toll on Arundel creeks raised tenfold; more seen in Dundalk waters

By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun

May 23, 2012

"Something's rotten on the Baltimore area waterfront. Fish are washing ashore by the thousands in a mass die-off that officials say appears to be caused by a weather-driven worsening of the pollution that chronically plagues the Chesapeake Bay.

State investigators expanded their probe Wednesday into what they believe are algae-related fish kills in Marley, Furnace and Curtis creeks in Glen Burnie, raising the estimated death toll there tenfold, while finding a new batch of finny carcasses in a Dundalk creek.

Jay Apperson, spokesman for the Maryland Department of the Environment, said the agency's fish-kill investigators estimated anywhere from 60,000 to 100,000 fish of several species dead in the three creeks in northern Anne Arundel County. Only a day before, Apperson had said investigators figured there were about 6,000 dead.

"You could smell it through the neighborhood," said Rob Rogers, 45, who took a break from work at the Point Pleasant Beach Tavern to describe what he called "unbelievable" conditions on the creeks. Rogers said boaters reported dead fish floating in the water so thick they couldn't avoid hitting them.

The state investigators also found about 300 dead fish in Bullneck Creek in eastern Baltimore County, Apperson said, where residents on Tuesday had reported seeing fish and crabs thrashing on the water's surface in apparent distress. The investigators measured little oxygen in the creek's deepest water for fish to breathe."

Read story at...

http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/green/bs-gr-algae-fish-kill-20120523,0,5817762.story

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Thousands of shrimp die in Pucusana

May 24, 2012

Stranded crustaceans occupy 80 m from beach. Imarpe already took samples to find out the reasons

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"Thousands of shrimp appeared stranded on the beach of Pucusana, to the South of Lima, which has caused surprise and fear among the fishermen of the area warned the fact this morning to the Directorate General of Captaincies and Coast Guard.

The Institute of the Peru sea (Imarpe) is also aware of the appearance of these crustaceans which occupy 80 m from beach. This morning his staff took samples to find out the reasons."

http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?ref=IE8Activity&from=&to=en&a=http%3a%2f%2fperu21.pe%2f2012%2f05%2f24%2factualidad%2fmiles-langostinos-mueren-pucusana-2025735

thousands or millions....good lord....thanks Reddwolf

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Hundreds of endangered antelopes dying in Kazakhstan

May 25, 2012

"Astana: A massive wave of deaths has been reported among the endangered saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan. Around 540 carcasses of the animal has been found in the country, RIA Novosti reported Thursday."

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Last year, at least 12,000 saiga antelopes died in Kazakhstan, presumably from pasteurellosis infection and from overeating. In November 2010, Kazakhstan introduced a ban on saiga hunting.  <<<do wild animals over eat? 

The latest statistics put the number of saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan at 85,500. The country spends $800,000 annually to prevent the deaths.

Saiga were virtually exterminated in the 1920s but then their numbers increased in the 1950s. The animals mostly became endangered because of hunting and the high demand for their horns in traditional Chinese medicine.

Saiga are also found in Russia's Kalmykia region and in Mongolia.

http://zeenews.india.com/news/eco-news/hundreds-of-endangered-antelopes-dying-in-kazakhstan_777501.html

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Dead fish pile up on Mula-Mutha banks

May 21, 2012

Thousands of Mozambique Tilapia found dead since last week, experts blame pollutants in river

Devidas Deshpande

"The problem of fish dying in large numbers has come to the fore of the banks of the Mula-Mutha (Bheema) rivers again. Fish have been found dead along the banks of the Mula-Mutha because of rising pollution and the latest in the series was recorded at Hatvalan near the Pune-Daund border last week.

Since last week, thousands of Mozambique Tilapia fishes were found dead on the river banks at Hatvalan in Daund division, about 76 km from Pune."

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Dead fish at Hatvalan near Pune-Daund border

"The fish apparently died because of thick blackish water flowing in the river bed. Ironically, Mozambique Tilapia is considered as one of the most resilient species of fish, known to withstand unfriendly environmental conditions.

To make matters worse, the same dead fish were taken to market to be sold by local fishermen. Pune and Mumbai are the primary markets for these fish. According to experts, in May freshwater springs that open into the river dry up, and hence the dissolving factor of oxygen in the water changes accordingly."

http://www.punemirror.in/article/2/20120521201205210906527376193728/Dead-fish-pile-up-on-MulaMutha-banks.html

Now I wouldn't maybe care so much for this...except for....this is the only fish I have eaten...since the GOM situation...and I buy them at Costco..guess now I won't be eating this Tilapia either....sooo can anyone see where this is all leading....??? I drink green tea from where?? Japan...eat seaweed from where?? Japan....and eat fish that die from brackish water from Mozambique...now add to this, the fact that weather is changing world wide...lots of crops have already been damaged this year from flood, hail storms, hard freezes...just let your mind roll on here...I figure the conclusion is not gonna be so good...

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3rd Annual Antelope Die-Off in Kazakhstan—Was a Spacecraft to Blame?

John R. Platt | June 1, 2012

This is getting a bit weird. In May 2010 at least 12,000 critically endangered saiga antelopes (Saiga tatarica) were found dead in Kazakhstan. Exactly one year later a second mass die-off occurred, killing 450 of the rare animals. Now, once again almost exactly a year later, yet another round of deaths has struck Kazakhstan’s saiga population. Nearly 1,000 dead antelopes have been found over the past two weeks.

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But some ecologists in Kazakhstan and Russia are instead blaming the fatalities on the April landing of a Soyuz capsule from the International Space Station. At least 120 dead saigas were found near the village of Sorsha, where the Soyuz landed last month. Others see a possible link to the Baikonur Cosmodrome launch site in central Kazakhstan. “It could be from chemical elements left from space rockets that fly over this place,” ecologist Musagali Duambekov, leader of the For a Green Planet political movement, told Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL). He also suggested the “extensive use of fertilizers” in the region could be harming the antelopes’ immune systems.

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/extinction-countdown/2012/06/01/3rd-antelope-die-off-kazakhstan-spacecraft/

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Something fishy’s going on in a fishing port in Japan, literally – and tons and tons of it too!

Jan 6, 2012

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"Something terribly fishy is going on at the fishing port of Ohara (pronounced Oh-hara) in Isumi City of Chiba Prefecture, and it has nothing to do with espionage or political corruption. There are tons and tons of dead sardines washing up on the shore, and not only is the sight disturbing, but the huge amount of dead fish is literally smelling up the entire surrounding area.

According to the news, the dead fish started washing up around noon of June 3rd, and as of early afternoon on June 4th, the situation still remained pretty much out of control. The amount of dead sardines that has washed up is thought to total several dozen metrics tons, so you can imagine how bad the smell of rotting fish must be."

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2012/06/05/something-fishys-going-on-in-a-fishing-port-in-japan-literally-and-tons-and-tons-of-it-too/

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This is not good ... this is very low down the food chain... so many higher food chain species rely on this level for survival.... seems to me the seas around the entire world are killing off large systems as the currents move what ever it is from region to region. (one has to conclude the Radiation / oil / etc must be either the cause or contributing to the effect)

Our world is very sick, if not dying... this is becoming very grim... even a possible extinction moment . Not long now and the Earth herself will be forced into purging this disease once and for all as she has done in the past....

Still there are many who can and will start to heal the planet when it is over, now all we need to do is become one of these carers....

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Dolphins in the Black Sea. :(

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http://www.rferl.org/content/black-sea-ecologists-alarmed-by-dolphin-deaths/24591773.html

By Claire Bigg, Mariyat Shapsug

May 24, 2012

Hardly a day goes by in Sochi, Russia's picturesque Black Sea resort, without a dead dolphin washing up on the beach.

With the tourist season just kicking off, the unexplained deaths have yet to draw much scrutiny.

But environmentalists are increasingly alarmed. The dolphin carcasses are also turning into a real holiday spoiler for vacationers drawn to the region's scenic beaches and pristine vistas.

Russian tourist Aida Kobzh was shocked to discover a group of dead dolphins last week at her local beach in Sochi.

"Everyone stood there and stared at the dead little dolphins lying belly up. Poor creatures!" Kobzh says. "There were some on the beach but also in the water, they were floating there, dead."

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http://www.kshb.com/dpp/news/region_missouri/blue_springs/10000-carp-found-dead-in-blue-springs-lake

Fish kill claims 10,000 carp at Jackson County lake

KANSAS CITY — Conservation officials have been investigating the death of about 10,000 carp at a western Missouri lake.

The state Department of Conservation said Wednesday that the fish kill in Jackson County's Blue Springs Lake appears to have affected only carp and that other varieties of sport fish at the lake have not been affected.

Fishery biologist Jake Allman says the dead carp were first reported at the lake in late May. The department said tests are under way to determine the cause of the kill but that water quality doesn't appear to be a factor.

The department said that because carp are an invasive species, the losses could benefit other sport fish that compete for food and habitat in the lake.<< an invasive species, could be the reason they are dying is because they are not indigenous?

Blue Springs is one of two lakes in Fleming Park.

http://www.columbiamissourian.com/stories/2012/06/06/fish-kill-claims-10000-carp-jackson-county-lake/

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Mother Earth better start fighting back before it can't be stopped.

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Mother Earth better start fighting back before it can't be stopped.

Ask her what she needs Neo and start creating it for her... you are one of the few who can do this easily my friend... just ask the question you will receive the answer my friend.  ;)

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Yes bree

Its starting to take its toll and dont be sup-prized if they cannot find the cause of the deaths, as I strongly suspect its radiation poisoning, either that or its magnetosphere shock

We were warned, by no less than Nostradamus, to look to the bees dieing, and that, that would indicate,the trigger of this coming event

However the so called Scientific fraternity, chooses to ignore the signals and postulates some other chemical spay or some other nonsense explanation, that they cannot conclude or prove one way or another, but works on, (any port in a storm Principal) just tell the public anything to keep them occupied     

First the bees, then the birds, then the fish, and then comes MANKIND, but as per usual they the powers that be, will fobb it off, as something else, but what ever you do, dont mention RADIATION POISONING, OR MAGNETOSPHERE SHOCK

bulla joiner of dots (I have been expecting it !)   

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Mother Earth better start fighting back before it can't be stopped.

Ask her what she needs Neo and start creating it for her... you are one of the few who can do this easily my friend... just ask the question you will receive the answer my friend.  ;)

Well Phillip, the only answer i am getting is that there is no answer.

Everything tells me it is not caused by natural circumstances.

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So then, not natural circumstances....meaning not naturally occurring circumstances...??

but then...genetically modified would not be natural/naturally occurring circumstances...as in genetically modified fruit trees/nut trees/of which birds partake

genetically modified grains/which create gmo pollen which affects bees...grains affect birds/animals on hoof...which in turn cause a problem for the earth as they void upon it, which then the chemtrail affected rain falls on and washes into our streams/rivers/seas...affecting fish/dolphins/and any living life form in those waters...oil spills are not naturally occurring either...neither is the corexit that is used in that oil fouled water, add to that mess, the excess medications that are fouling our aquifers, add to that the fertilizers being used worldwide...and on and on it goes....and sadly Man is responsible for every bit of what I have mentioned...

LET  US NOT FORGET ALL THE SYNTHETIC AND NANO TECH that is out there killing us, and whatever it comes into contact with...>>>thanks Redd for mentioning this

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Well, animals that navigate on magnetic fields offcourse follow their natural directions but, like the severe weather and high temperatures, the base of these events lies somewhere else.

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Mother Earth better start fighting back before it can't be stopped.

Ask her what she needs Neo and start creating it for her... you are one of the few who can do this easily my friend... just ask the question you will receive the answer my friend.  ;)

Well Phillip, the only answer i am getting is that there is no answer.

Everything tells me it is not caused by natural circumstances.

Agree my friend, she seems to be being forced into a corner with only one obvious reaction... I tend to agree that the problem is not terrestrial (that does not include visitors with agenda's), so will have to step back further and ask at a higher level.. Interesting. Thanks for your response. 

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