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What kind of bird is that?
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>>2191418
a qt birb
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cute lil nigga
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Indigo bunting male. Pretty little birb

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what is this bullshit?
they feel, have memories and obviously have character.
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>>2191050
It's so they can justify eating animals. No I'm not a vegan that's just the main reason why I've heard that reasoning.
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Because:
1. Anthropomorphizing animals is a thing that many people do.
2. Souls aren't real.

I wouldn't even say that people have souls.
Religion is dumb.
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>tfw you don't have as many rights and freedoms just because humans have more neurons

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I caught a black grown-up pigeon(?) that was failing to lift off in front of my window. Must be injured or gotten too old or something.

It now sits in a cat transportation box with a towel covering it so hopefully the bird can relax. (It didn't move an inch while I took pic related; hope I didn't scare it to death.)

What do I do now?
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Can you take it to a veterinarian?

There could be all sorts of things wrong with it...disease, injury, nutritional deficiency...the list goes on.

Pigeons tame easily and make good pets. But if this one is injured or sick it might require medical attention.
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We called a local animal protection organization (Tierschutzverein) and they'll send someone to pick it up tomorrow, so all is fine.

Would have loved keeping a bird for once but don't really want to put in the effort so it's better this way.
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Since you're only keeping it overnight, just keep it covered.

I've heard pigeons make great pets if you're interested. They're not very expensive (Get a large dog crate to keep them, use pads for diapers or they'll shit on everything you love. That's about it) they're not as noisy or destructive as other birds, they're pretty easy to tame and they're adorable. Would recommend.

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People mistake cities for being devoid of animals. That's untrue.
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>>2190978
There was a show I saw (might have been Nat Geo) about how cities are paradise for birds of prey like peregrine falcons. They roost on skyscrapers and gorge on pigeons and squirrels. It was pretty cool, wish I could remember it's name.
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>>2190978
imblying they are wildlife
imblying they are not pests
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What would happen if every single non-pet animal disappeared from a major city? Like all the rats, cockroaches, and pigeons all disappeared from New York City?

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I've tried a google image search but I haven't been able to find out what breed of dog this is. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Malamute
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>>2190844
thanks
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>>2190842
staffordshire bull terrier

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I have never seen it before and i have no clue if it poses a threat or not
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>>2190820
It's an Argiope and no.
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Argiope bruennichi
In Hungary, they are called a "wasp spider".
Painful bite, don't piss it off.
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>>2190825
this guy is right, I have a few of those in my garden

but
>Painful bite
what?

have you ever experienced it yourself?
because in my experience, they only are able to break the skin where it is really thin (e.g. elbows, earlobes,...)

Also, they do not even try to bite

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Me and my girlfriend are going across America (from Canada) to see wildlife.

Where are some fantastic beaches, deserts and forests to check out?

We'll be going to
>Nevada
>California
>Alabama/Louisiana
>Florida

I do hope to see some sharks near beaches at some point, alligators, scorpions, rattlesnakes and probably do some beach combing for nudibranches, octopus and stuff.

We do love everything though!! Any...
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Just a bump to get some info outta ya'alls.

Really interdasted in seeing some cool little critters
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>>2190703
If you can try stopping by the Oregon Coast. It's pretty amazing and full of life. But otherwise for California any of the northern beaches will be more full of life.
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>>2190703
If ur going to Florida check out the Everglades besides the alligators and snakes. U can see the bottle nose dolphins

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Can we have a moth appreciation thread? Please, share your knowledge!
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>>2190391
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>>2190391
Are you looking for IDs? The first one is Paonias astylus, I don't know what the second one is.
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>>2190435
That'd be a great help!

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can we get a thread of doggos doing funny things? this doggie is stealing pizza
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>>2190320
and this rad dude is sticking his head through toast
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>>2190320
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>>2190320
celebrations too

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D1reguu`vvv ti].V3V7,\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\Q
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cute
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>>2185498
A hamster's balls wrote this post
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>>2185498
Hello Hamster!

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What type of Chihuahua is my dog? Had him for 5 years, and the vet could never figure out what he's mixed with.
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A cute one
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that chihuhua looks ripped
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>>2193778
a chihuahua

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Can a dog learn to poo in the loo?
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>>2193680
Can an indian?
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>>2193721
Indians confirmed for being less than dogs
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>>2193680
This sounds like the opening line to a terrible childrens' book.
"A dog can poo in the loo, can you?"

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Fuck man, found this guy on the side of the road, what do?

I already let him climb on a stick to get on the grass/safety but he's alone and doesn't want to move on his own
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Let nature take care of him
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>>2193493
Take him to an animal shelter or home with you to nurse it
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what is it?

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how come there aren't any monkeys suitable for pets? why is nature so shit?
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Because they're all extremely intelligent and capable of mass destruction in the home?
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Children
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No one has ever domesticated monkeys. Why would they?

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Good morning fellow /an/ime lovers,

I need some help identifying a spider I found in my house. Unfortunately, I already squished it so there's only a stain left on my wall. It was pretty big with a leg span like the palm of my hand, so I'm curious what spider it could have been.
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-_- do you really think that anyone can identify a spider from a stain on your wall, when you could be living anywhere in the world?
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>>2193251
This is satire, right?
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>>2193253
I don't know, sorry I'm not really an expert on spiders. I figured since they can identify dead bodies even after an explosion or something this might work too.

If it helps, I made a sketch of what the spider looked like, kind of like they do on CSI miami.

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This is extremely important.
I desperately need to find someone who left my country and is in trouble, I do not know where he is and he could be anywhere in this world.
All I have is this picture i linked, he uploaded it a short while ago.
Can you tell me which type of alligator that is? I intend to fly to the country this alligator is located at tonight if I can, and continue my investigation there

Please help!!! Give me any insight you can get from this picture if you can.
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>>2193230
Looks more like a crocodile. head-wise.

A very wild guess would be thailand or eastern africa.

Can you give us some background? What kind of trouble is he in? Why did he leave? Does he have immediate family? Have the authorities been notified? Are you some contract killer, ready to finish the job?
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>>2193230
http://static.wixstatic.com/media/11cc4f_cefb58add67b4c41aed31ee9aac1213b.jpg/v1/fill/w_655,h_368,al_c,q_80,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01/11cc4f_cefb58add67b4c41aed31ee9aac1213b.jpg

This pic of a crocodile shows how its spitroasted in a similiar way and is from vietnam.
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>>2193231
Im his friend. Im afraid to say too much but its related to weapon deals which I know little about, but I know he is entangled in it deeply.

>>2193232
This is amazing! It looks like the place!
Do you have more information?

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So /an/ do you bathe your pet and if you do how often and with what?

In my case I bathe my boa 2 to 3 days after it eats and after it takes a dump.
I usually use whatever type of shampoo I'm currently using.

So /an/ do you like your pets filthy or fresh?
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I bathe my dog every other week. I use dog shampoo and then mane n tail conditioner. Bathing often helps a lot with shedding.

Do snakes enjoy baths?
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>>2193168
Why do you soap your snake? I'm no expert on snakes but I can't imagine that beeing beneficial to it.
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Dog gets to play with the hose every day after a walk.
He loves water, it cools him down and keeps him pretty clean.

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Just got my first ever fish, a betta fish and a 9L tank they recommended since they don't like open spaces. I have a thermometre set to 26C and a filter on the lowest stream setting.

As long as I feed him twice a day and keep using the conditioner and bio starter to make the water better, he should be okay right? There's nothing else I need to do for him other than sing for him?

Also name suggestions please.
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>sing for him

wat
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>>2193123
> Betta Fish
> Just got my first ever fish,
> a betta fish and a 9L tank they
> recommended since they don't
> like open spaces. I have a thermometre
> set to 26C and a filter on the
> lowest stream setting.
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> As long as I feed...
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>>2193123
You'll want a bigger tank at some point. Make sure you keep the water clean. Here my new betta. Don't mind the glass scratches this isn't my show tank anyway.

Hey, an, I'm interested in getting a cat but I'd like to bottlefeed and raise it from a kit so it'll bond to me. The humane society is too strict about whom they allow to take on kittens (how am i gonna pay for kits if don't work? lol) so they're not an option.
Basically my plan is to attract a pregnant or nursing queen and then foster it's kits until they're old enough to be adopted out and only keep the one that seems most bonded to me.
How do I attract a pregnant or nursing queen to nest? Is there any way to attract one without attracting...
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Why would you want to bottlefeed a cat?
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>>2193022
Because I'd be helping curb the number of cats on the street and helping new life flourish.
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>>2193026
So you're a pervert

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Pls identify plant, anon
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>>2192983
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>>2192983
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>>2192983
Yep, that's a plant alright.

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https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/aug/18/queensland-shuts-down-inhumane-goat-cull-using-poisoned-dingoes

Thoughts?
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>>2192975
God damn I thought Aussies being retarded was just a meme
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>>2192975
Wouldn't it be easier to shoot them?
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>>2192984
Aussies are afraid of guns

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It must suck to be you guys because I have the best pup.

Prove me wrong, protip: you can't.
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>>2192928
Jesus Christ that thing is ugly
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what breed is it?
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>>2192928
It looks like fried chicken.

hey guys, so i have a dachsund, hes about 16 years old and for the most part in pretty good shape. hes starting to walk a little funny on his back legs but from what i can tell hes not in any pain what so ever. the problem is that hes starting to lose control of his bowels. like he doesnt even know hes pooping when he walks. i have a nice pen for him and my other dachsund and hes starting to stink up my apartment. my fiance wants me to put him down. i dont even know what im asking here i just want others opinions. hes been my best friend since i was 8 and i know his times coming...
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>>2192843
>16 years old
Is it normal for a dachshund to live this long?

My mini is 10 and she acts like she's still a few years old
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>>2192847
well my dad had one before i was born and she lived to be about 19 if i do recall. its just genetics and how you treat them i guess
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>>2192847
>>2192849
My uncle had one and he lived to 19 too.

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Does this mean, during these dates it is legal to kill this animal? I am new to hunting and such
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>>2192807
Because im having some trouble with a squirrel
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Those dates apply to hunting seasons. You need a permit to hunt, even in 'Bama. If you just need to get rid of one pesky squirrel in the back yard, you should legally be in the clear if you use a non-lethal trap.
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>>2192807
>Does this mean, during these dates it is legal to kill this animal?
Yes, if you have a hunting permit. If that isn't crystal clear to you from this simple chart, I'm not sure you should be handling a gun.

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(tl;dr: Are there any kind of black flies known to have a stringer and bite people?)

Anyone have any kind of idea where this might have come from?

I was bit by a very large black fly earlier in the day, then around 4 hours ;ater at a different location the same size kind of fly stung me in my upper arm (pic related)

I am thinking that this may have come from some weird pheromone thing similar to wasps, as the second attack was completely random (the first, I swatted the fly and provoked it).
I've never had inflammation of this kind before, and where...
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sounds like horse fly is in town
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>>2192750
I was thinking that at first, as I used to live in Alaska and Maine and they were a pain in the ass in the summer with their bites; but i never heard of them actually stinging a person before, and beyond that I am in the UK and thought horseflies in general didn't exist over there. The thing was definitely the size of a horsefly though, maybe even 1.5x their size
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>>2192748

You are as fat as a horse and the fly made a mistake, such things happen when you have +30% bodyfat

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I study snakes. Ask me anything pertaining to pet snake care, wild snakes in your area, identification, hot (venomous) snakes, etc.
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>AMA
Why don't you start a thread with some pics of the cool ass snakes you get to work with?
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>>2192714
Why is it the study of snakes and not the study of herpes?
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How accurate is The Reptile Room in the A Series of Unfortunate Events?

Post your best puppers and dogos
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>>2192692
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Hello /an/imal lovers.
I was cleaning my pool today when I found a small ring necked snake. He felt cold and I like reptiles so I caught him and put him in a travel aquarium from when i had a gecko.
I still have all the stuff from my gecko so I was wondering if you could keep these snakes as pets.
Also the snake in pic is not it, but i will upload pics if you guys want.
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>>2192662
if you want a pet snake, buy a captive bred one
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>>2192665
Why spent 50 dollars for a snek i will need to by 100s of dollars worth in tanks and equipent when this snek will be small enough for my terrarium
not trying to be cheap its just
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>>2192669
Wild snakes aren't for you especially if you're going to keep it in a travel sized tank.

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I have a 200l tank, plenty of filtration. I'm looking to get blue acaras and fire mouth cichlids. I've been told 2 acaras and 3 fire mouth would work well together, but I'm not 100% confident. If anyone could give me some advice I'd really appreciate it :)
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Yes. But if they breed there will be aggression issues. Have plenty of hiding spots and what not.
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Okidoky, thanks for the advice. I have loads of wood, rocks and plants '3'
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>>2192654
Cichlid breeder here.
>>2192683
Is true.
They need a lot of different areas.
Cichlid translates to "rock fish".
What looks good to you doesn't mean its good for them. They want areas they can defend and hide. So being visible isn't a good thing.
Acaras are dicks BTW. But I guess so are fire mouths (never dealt with them personally).
Most cichlids- well all really, are territorial and aggressive.
The secret to a successful tank...
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/an/, i've noticed something very peculiar the last couple of weeks. I work in a warehouse and hence have the been granted the unfortunate luck of being greeted by at least a dozen of spiders every week.

And tides seem to have turned against them. 9 out of 10 spiders i've seen last month exhibited this weird anomaly on their hind legs. Either both or one of the legs seem to be underdeveloped. And because of this, the seem to become really clumsy having to sort of drag their body forward along walls.

And this is where it gets weird. This is not isolated...
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>>2192641
Here a slightly different angle of bathroom spider.
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What makes you think that's a deformity?
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>>2192641
I'm not sure about the species(although it's probably some kind of orb weaver), but I've seen lots of them lately. They're probably juveniles in the middle of ballooning season.


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