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50 cute facts about giant Pandas that will make you fall in love with them

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The giant panda is considered the most valuable species of the bear family. For its specific culinary preferences, it is usually called the bamboo bear. Researchers initially assigned these animals to the raccoon family and only towards the end of the 20th century was it finally assigned to the bear family. Pandas are considered a jewel of China, rare animals and are carefully protected by the state. In this article, we will introduce our readers to interesting facts related to these funny animals.


1. The first time the giant panda was caught only in 1916 with the participation of local residents, but she quickly died. Only 20 years later, one American woman managed to buy a bear cub and bring it to America.


2. The giant panda is one of the rarest animals in the world. She lives only on the territory of the PRC. The main habitat is Sichuan province. Zoologists suggest that pandas may also have remained wild in Gansu province and parts of the Tibetan mountains.


3. The first panda that appeared in a foreign zoo was called Su-ling. She has lived in several zoos in the United States. Only after a fairly long period, after a long search, two more individuals were brought to America, and a little later these bears appeared in London.


4. In the Soviet Union, the first bamboo bear appeared in 1957 in the Moscow Zoo. The panda was a male named Pin-Pin. In 1959, the administration of the Moscow Zoo managed to find another individual for reproduction. The newly acquired panda was named An-An, and she turned out to be a male.


5. For the first time in the zoo, a panda was born in 1963, in Beijing. The bear cub was given birth by a female named Li-Li. The calf's weight was 142 grams. The bear was nicknamed Min-Min. A year later, Li-Li brought another cub, then scientists were able to establish that the period of bearing offspring in pandas is about one hundred and forty days.




6. The peak of activity of pandas is in the evening and at night. The animals are extremely clean and quiet. Bears cannot stand the rain, and try to hide from it.


7. Bamboo bears are extremely careful animals and try to avoid humans. Despite this, Buddhist monks living in the highlands often tame young animals. Pandas often come to monasteries for food alone and in groups.


8. Pandas love to roll head over hills, they have acquired this habit, fleeing from predators. Plus they run surprisingly well. The main natural enemies for bears are leopards.


9. Under natural conditions, the main diet of a bamboo bear is young bamboo shoots and fresh leaves. Besides, pandas love to feast on insects, fish, small rodents.


10. The closest relative of the bamboo bear is the spectacled bear that lives on the western slope of the Andes in the South American continent.



11. The genetic code of a panda and a human is 68% identical, and that of a dog and a bamboo bear is 80% identical.


12. In the summer season, in search of coolness, pandas climb the highlands, located four kilometers above sea level, and in winter they sink eight hundred meters.


13. Adult bears grow up to one and a half meters long and weigh 150 kilograms.


14. Every day panda spends about twelve hours on food and absorbs up to 15% of its own mass.


15. The body of the animal assimilates up to 20% of the absorbed feed.




16. The giant panda, unlike other bears, does not require hibernation.


17. Pandas often reproduce twins, but they feed only one bear cub. The second cub usually dies.


18. After birth, the cub spends with its mother for about three years.


19. The total number of pandas in their natural habitat is approximately 1600 individuals.


20. In China, bamboo bear hunting has been banned since 1962. Violation of the prohibition is punishable by death.



21. The giant panda is considered a national treasure of the PRC.


22. The Chinese government leases pandas to overseas reserves for one million US dollars a year. Moreover, all born panda cubs are considered the property of the Celestial Empire.


23. A newborn bear cub weighs 800 times less than its mother.


24. Pandas have a specific sixth toe, which is the transformed carpal bone.


25. The panda is listed in the Guinness Book of Achievements as the cutest animal on earth.



26. The red panda and the giant panda share the same habitat and diet, and both animals are also endangered.


27. According to legend, the panda was once an all-white bear. When a small girl tried to save a panda cub from being attacked by a leopard, the leopard killed the girl instead. Pandas came to her funeral wearing armbands of black ashes. As they wiped their eyes, hugged each other, and covered the ears, they smudged the black ashes.


28. Pandas can stand upright, but their short hind legs aren’t strong enough to support their bodies. 


29. Little pandas are born white, but after a week they acquire their recognizable black and white color.


30. Pandas rely less on visual memory than they do on spatial memory to locate a mate’s home range area and preferred patches of bamboo



31. Pandas are slow creatures, they are capable of developing a very low speed, comparable to a quick step of a person, no more. Although this is still an order of magnitude faster than sloths move (see interesting facts about sloths).


32. The size of an adult giant panda is comparable to that of a brown bear.


33. A baby panda weighs only 150-200 grams at birth.


34. Many Chinese philosophers believe that the universe is made from two opposing forces, the Yin and Yang. The panda is one symbol of this philosophy.


35. For a full and calm life in its natural habitat, an adult giant panda needs about 10 square kilometers of space.




36. In the wild, giant pandas live for 15-20 years, in captivity - a little more. But they are very reluctant to breed in captivity.


37. China does not sell giant pandas but leases them to zoos around the world. Renting one panda brings China about $ 1 million annually.


38. A panda's tooth is 7 times larger than that of a human


39. Every day the panda is busy eating for more than 12 hours and eats about 12-15% of its weight.


40. A panda fur is worth between $60,000 and $100,000 on the illegal trade market.



41. Although a giant panda’s fur looks silky and soft, it is quite thick and wiry.


42. Pandas often give birth to twins, but after giving birth, the panda mother chooses a stronger baby, and the second, left unattended, soon dies.


43. A panda’s throat has a special lining to protect it from bamboo splinters.


44. Pandas have lived on Earth for two to three million years.


45. There are only about 1600 pandas left in the wild.



46. ​​Hunting pandas has been completely banned since 1962, and killing a panda in China can be punishable by death.


47. The word “panda” may have developed from the Nepalese word poonya, which means “bamboo-eating animal” or “plant-eating animal.


48. In summer, pandas can move to an altitude of 4000 meters, fleeing the heat. In winter, they do not hibernate and do not equip a den.

 

49. An adult panda eats up to 30 kg of bamboo per day.


50. A panda’s entire mating process takes only about two or three days.



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50-interesting-and-funny-facts-about-pandas-in-2022-that-you-need-to-know-with-cute-photos

The giant panda is considered the most valuable species of the bear family. For specific culinary preferences, it is usually called a bamboo bear. Researchers initially classified these animals as a raccoon family, and only towards the end of the 20th century it was finally identified in the bear family. Pandas are considered a treasure of China, rare animals and are carefully protected by the state. In this article, we will introduce our readers to interesting facts related to these funny animals.


Pandas are incredibly touching animals, with their appearance and behavior that made the whole world fall in love with them. These creatures are distinguished by a calm disposition, but their subtle internal organization, coupled with poaching, has put them on the brink of extinction. If the situation does not change for the better in the coming years, pandas will simply disappear from the face of the Earth.


Perhaps no species of animal that exists today is surrounded by as many myths as giant pandas. Captive pandas carry a heavy burden: they play the role of a variety of symbols - including political and economic ones. Against this background, it is not very often remembered how these animals behave in their natural habitat.


There are big and important differences between wild pandas and their captive counterparts. Therefore, before telling the whole truth about these peculiar animals, it is necessary to clarify what kind of pandas we are talking about.


Animals in captivity fully meet the stereotypes: they are fluffy, sneezing, hilarious, indifferent to procreation of the creature.


But wild pandas are a completely different matter. Forget the funny videos, take a deep breath and clear your mind of any Panda knowledge you think you have. Because most of this knowledge is most likely not true.


You can't argue with the fact that pandas attract attention. In 1966, zoologist Desmond Morris compiled a list of 20 reasons why people are so interested in these animals. Approximately half of these reasons were related to appearance: a flat muzzle, large eyes, rounded body outlines, contrasting colors, and so on.


However, a cute appearance can be deceiving: it is better not to get close to a wild panda.


Below you can find some interesting facts by Bemorepanda.



1. The panda's Chinese name (Xiongmao) means "bear cat", and the Latin name Ailuropoda melanoleuca can be translated as "black and white cat paw".


2. The giant panda became known in the West only in the middle of the 19th century.


3. The panda is one of the rarest, poorly studied large animals, which is facilitated by a secretive lifestyle.


4. For a long time, scientists argued about whether pandas belong to the bear or raccoon families. Finally, genetic tests and molecular taxonomy have proven that the panda is a bear, not a raccoon.


5. Despite the similar lifestyle and similar names, the giant and lesser pandas are not related species. The giant panda belongs to the bear family, and the small panda belongs to the panda family.


6. The panda's closest relative is the spectacled bear that lives in South America.



7. The genomes of humans and pandas coincide by 68%, and pandas and dogs by 80%.


8. In its natural environment, the giant panda is found only in some western provinces of China (Sichuan, Gansu, Tibet).


9. In summer, pandas climb up to 4000 meters in search of low temperatures, and in winter they can descend to a height of 800 meters.


10. Giant pandas reach a length of 1.5 meters from nose to tail and weigh between 100 and 150 kilograms.


11. The panda has an unusual paw: in addition to the usual 5 fingers, it has a peculiar 6th “finger”, which is actually a modified carpal bone.



12. A panda's tooth is 7 times bigger than a human's.


13. 98% of the panda's diet is bamboo.


14. Every day, the panda is busy eating for more than 12 hours and eats about 12-15% of its weight.


15. The panda assimilates only about 20% of what is eaten.


16. Unlike other bears, the panda does not hibernate.


17. The weight of a newborn panda is only one eight hundredth that of its mother.



18. Pandas often give birth to twins, but after giving birth, the panda mother chooses a stronger baby, and the second one, left unattended, soon dies.


19. The cub lives with his mother from one and a half to three years.


20. As the most attractive of the rare animals, pandas are listed in the Guinness Book of Records.


21. There are only about 1,600 pandas left in the wild.


22. China offers pandas to zoos for rent, worth $1 million a year, and cubs born during the arena period are the property of the PRC.



23. Panda hunting has been completely banned since 1962, and killing a panda in China can be punishable by death.


24. In China, the panda has been declared a national treasure.


25. The first time a giant panda was caught only in 1916 with the participation of local residents, but she quickly died. Only 20 years later, one American managed to buy a bear cub and bring it to America.


26. The giant panda is one of the rarest animals in the world. It lives only in China. The main habitat is Sichuan province. Zoologists suggest that pandas could also remain in the wild in Gansu province and parts of the Tibetan mountains.


27. The first panda who found himself in a foreign zoo was called Su-lin. She has lived in several US zoos. Only after a fairly long period, after a long search, two more individuals were brought to America, and a little later these bears appeared in London.



28. In the Soviet Union, the first bamboo bear appeared in 1957 in the Moscow Zoo. The beast was a male named Ping-Ping. In 1959, the administration of the Moscow Zoo managed to find another individual for breeding. The newly acquired panda was named An-An, and she turned out to be a male.


29. For the first time in the zoo, a panda was born in 1963, in Beijing. The bear cub was born by a female named Li-Li. The mass of the cub was 142 gr. The bear cub was nicknamed Ming-Ming. A year later, Li-Li brought another bear cub, then scientists were able to establish that the gestation period for pandas is about one hundred and forty days.


30. Peak activity of pandas occurs in the evening and at night. Animals are extremely clean and silent. Occasionally, bears make sounds resembling bleating. Bears can not stand the rain, and try to hide from it.


31. Bamboo bears are extremely cautious animals and try to avoid humans. Despite this, Buddhist monks living in the highlands often domesticate young animals. Pandas often come to monasteries for refreshments alone and in groups.



32. Pandas love to roll head over heels down steep hills, a habit they acquired to escape predators. Plus, they run surprisingly well. The main natural enemies for bears are leopards.


33. Under natural conditions, the main diet of the bamboo bear is young bamboo shoots and fresh leaves. In addition, pandas love to eat insects, fish, and small rodents.


34. The closest relative of the bamboo bear is the spectacled bear that lives on the western slope of the Andes on the South American continent.


35. The genetic code of a panda and a human is 68% identical, and a dog and a bamboo bear are 80% identical.



36. In the summer season, in search of coolness, pandas rise to the highlands, located four kilometers above sea level, and in winter they descend eight hundred meters.


37. Adult bears grow up to one and a half meters long, and reach a weight of 150 kilograms.


38. Every day, a panda spends about twelve hours on food and absorbs up to 15% of its own weight.


39. The body of the animal absorbs up to 20% of the absorbed feed.


40. Giant pandas, unlike other bears, do not require hibernation.



41. Pandas often give birth to twins, but they only feed one cub. The second cub usually dies.


42. After birth, the cub spends about three years with its mother.


43. The total number of pandas in the natural habitat is approximately 1600 individuals.


44. Bamboo bear hunting has been banned in China since 1962. Violation of the ban is punishable by death.


45. The giant panda is considered a national treasure of the PRC.



46. The Chinese government leases pandas to overseas reserves for one million US dollars a year. At the same time, all born panda cubs are considered the property of the Middle Kingdom.


47. A newborn bear cub weighs 800 times less than its mother.


48. Pandas have a specific sixth finger, which is a transformed carpal bone.


49. The panda is listed in the Guinness Book of Achievements as the cutest animal on earth.


50. Giant pandas are usually born in August, because the mating season for pandas is from March to May, and the gestation period is from 3 to 5 months.



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People became closely acquainted with koalas only 200 years ago. Still, during this time, the cute eared creature managed to become the most famous Australian animal, eclipsing even the kangaroo and one of the most famous animals worldwide. Everyone, at least once, was touched by this creature that looked like a tiny bear cub with cute ears and a curious look.

 

What are some interesting facts about koalas?

 

In nature, koalas live only in Australia, and in zoos, where they take root well, they are real stars not only because of their appearance but also because of their elegant and, at the same time, leisurely manner of moving. If there are koalas in the zoo, you can predict with a high degree of probability that the most significant number of visitors, tiny ones, will be near their enclosure. The appearance of koalas is deceptive: an angry animal in a rage can attack a person. Let's try to state a few more facts about these fascinating animals.

 

15. Europeans first met koalas in 1798. 

One of the employees of the governor of the colony of New South Wales, John Price, reported that in the Blue Mountains (they are located in the extreme southeast of Australia) an animal similar to a wombat lives. Still, it does not live in holes but on trees. After four years, the koala remains were discovered, and in July 1803, the Sydney Gazette printed a description of a recently caught live specimen. Surprisingly, koalas were not seen by members of the expedition of James Cook in 1770. Cook's voyages were extensive, but the solitary lifestyle of koalas prevented them from making a discovery. 

 

14. Koalas are not bears, although they are very similar. 

Not only does the appearance of a funny animal contributes to the confusion. The first British settlers in Australia called the animal "Koala bear" - "Koala Bear." For former convicts and people from the lower classes of British society at the end of the 18th century, it was difficult to expect ordinary literacy, let alone biological. Yes, and scientists reached an agreement on the belonging of the koala to the class of marsupials only at the beginning of the next century. Of course, in everyday life, the combination “Koala Bear” will be understandable to most people. 

 

13. Koala is a particular species in terms of biological classification. 

The closest relatives of the inhabitants of the eucalyptus forests are wombats, but they are both in terms of lifestyle and biologically very distant from the koala.

 

12. Except for nature reserves and zoos, koalas live only in Australia and only on its east coast and adjacent islands. 

The example of the koala clearly shows that the negative experience of settling animal species on the continent does not teach Australians at all. Having burned themselves on ostriches, rabbits, and even cats in the 20th century, they enthusiastically undertook to resettle koalas. Not only restored the deforested population of these marsupials in the state of South Australia. The koalas have been relocated to the Yanchep National Park and several islands off the northeast coast of the country. The geography of the settlement of koalas has expanded to 1,000,000 km2, but one can only hope that the slowness and good nature of koalas will help avoid the following environmental problems. Although on Kangaroo Island, where koalas were forcibly brought, their number reached 30,000, which exceeded the food supply. The proposal to shoot 2/3 of the population was rejected as damaging the country's image. 

 

11. The maximum body length is 85 cm, the maximum weight is 55 kg. 

The cost differs depending on the habitat - its color varies from silver in the north to dark brown in the south. This gradation suggests that two different subspecies live in the north and south, but this assumption has not yet been proven.

 

10. The diet of koalas is unique

Not only does it consist exclusively of plant foods. Vegetation is slowly and poorly digested, forcing the animal to devote most of the day to feeding. The diet of koalas consists only of eucalyptus leaves, which are poisonous to all other animals. They contain terpene and phenolic compounds, and young shoots are also rich in hydrocyanic acid. It is surprising how koalas absorb such a hellish mixture of tens of kilograms (500 g - 1 kg per day) without harming their health. After genetic research, it turned out that in the genome of these animals, there are particular genes responsible for the breakdown of poisons. The same studies showed that the tongue of koalas has unique taste buds that allow you to instantly assess the moisture content of a eucalyptus leaf - a fundamental property of its absorption. In fact, by lightly licking the leaf, the koala already knows if it is edible. And yet, even with such unique abilities, the koala spends at least 20 hours a day on food and the subsequent digestion of food in a dream.

 

9. The fact that a koala sleeps a lot and can sit on the same tree for days does not mean that the motor abilities of this animal are limited. 

Koalas just have almost nowhere to rush. In nature, Dingoes are their enemies, but for an attack, the marsupial needs to get out into the open, and the dog gets close - a koala can quickly accelerate up to 50 km / h at short distances. During the mating season, males can arrange a bloody duel in which they will demonstrate sharpness and speed of reaction; in this case, it is better not to fall under the arm, or rather, under the long sharp claws. Also, koalas are very clever at jumping from tree to tree and even know how to swim. Their ability to climb trunks and branches and even hang on one paw for a long time has long been the hallmark of these cute animals.

 

8. Koala parasites are much more dangerous than external enemies. 

Many young male koalas die in fights with more experienced individuals or due to falls from trees (and they happen - a large amount of cerebrospinal fluid in the skull is often explained by the need to soften the concussion from a fall from a height). Many koalas suffer from pathogens that cause conjunctivitis, cystitis, sinusitis, and other diseases. Even with a slight long-term decrease in temperature, koalas can get pneumonia caused by a runny nose. Koalas even have their analog of AIDS, the Koala Immunodeficiency Virus. 

 

7. The brain's weight is only 0.2% of the total weight of koalas. 

Excavations, and the current size of their skulls, show that the brains of the ancestors of these animals were much larger. However, with the simplification of the diet and the disappearance of enemies, its size became excessive. Now about half of the internal volume of the koala's skull is occupied by cerebrospinal fluid. 

 

6. Koalas breed at about the same pace as they live. 

Sexual maturity occurs in the third year of their life, lasting only 12-13 years. At the same time, females mate once every 1 - 2 years, exceptionally rarely bearing two cubs, usually one. Males call them with sharp-smelling secretions of glands and characteristic cries. Pregnancy lasts a little more than a month; the cub is born very small (weighing a little more than 5 grams) and sits in the mother's bag for the first six months. He also does not come off his mother for the next six months but already outside the bag, clinging to the fur. At the age of one year, babies finally become independent. At the same time, females look for their territory, and males can live with their mothers for a couple more years.

 

5. Male koalas have unique vocal cords that allow them to make loud sounds of different tones. 

Like humans, the voice develops with age. Young males, frightened or injured, make cries similar to the cries of human babies. The call of a mature male has a lower timbre and is more informative. Scientists believe that the screams of a koala can frighten competitors and attract females. Moreover, the tone of the cry contains information (often exaggerated) about the size of the individual. 

 

4. Koalas survived their genocide. 

At the beginning of the 20th century, they were shot by the millions; the beautiful thick fur was so valued. Hunting was banned in 1927, but the population never recovered. Later, several koala parks and even a particular hospital were organized in Australia. However, due to climate fluctuations, human deforestation, and wildfires, the koala population is constantly declining. 

 

3. Private ownership of koalas is illegal worldwide, although there may be some kind of underground trade - the forbidden fruit is always sweet.

 But to see these marsupials, it is not necessary to fly to Australia - there are koalas in many zoos around the world. They live longer in captivity than in the wild with proper nutrition and care and can live up to 20 years. At the same time, despite their low level of intelligence, they show a touching affection for the staff, having fun or being capricious like small children. 

 

2. By the end of the 20th century, the koala surpassed the kangaroo as the animal symbol of Australia. 

In 1975, a survey conducted among tourists entering the continent from Europe and Japan showed that 75% of the guests would first like to see koalas. The income from visits to parks and reserves with koalas was then estimated at $ 1 billion. The image of the koala is widely used in the advertising industry, show business, and logos around the world. Koalas are characters in many films, television shows, cartoons, and computer games. 

 

1. Australia has an exceptional Wildlife Rescue Service.

 From time to time, its employees have to rescue animals in dangerous or incidental situations. On July 19, 2018, the service crew went to the electrical substation "Happy Valley" of SA Power Networks in South Australia. The koala was stuck in an aluminum fence that he could have crawled under. Rescuers quickly released the animal, which behaved remarkably calmly. This calmness was explained simply - the unlucky marsupial had already dealt with people. On his paw was a tag saying that the koala had already been rescued once after being hit by a car.

 

Which animal is lazier, a koala or a panda?

The sloth shares the first place among the laziest creatures with the koala. The time of wakefulness of this marsupial animal does not exceed two hours a day, while their sleep can last from eighteen to twenty-two hours. During it, a koala can pick eucalyptus leaves from trees and eat while half asleep.

 

Panda belongs to the bear family. But its main difference is that it does not fall into hibernation, but it can sleep up to fifteen hours a day. This huge animal, the rest of the time, is engaged in the extraction and eating of food. Since all representatives are in enclosures due to the threat of extinction of the species, they do not have to get food on their own, so the wakefulness time has decreased significantly.

 

So, of course, a koala is much lazier than a panda.

 

 

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 If you are one of those people who avoids flea markets and second-hand shops, then you will never understand the excitement with which people are looking for "treasures" in these stores. And there, believe me, there are a lot of them! After all, what one person does not need can be a thing that another person desperately needs, and this is what makes finds from thrift stores so valuable.

 

“I am an electrician and I constantly save old fixtures by taking them out of the trash heap or buying them for next to nothing at thrift stores. I already have a whole collection in my basement, and this octopus will also replenish it ”

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“I found this vintage Edwardian wedding dress at a local thrift store and couldn't leave it there. It cost only 7 dollars and, besides, I have a wedding soon, so I think I was very lucky "

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 "I found these photos from the premiere of Good Will Hunting at an antique store in Seattle."

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"I fell in love with them and just couldn't pass by!"

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"I found this naughty raver outfit at a garage sale and I can't wait to get people to wear it!"

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"I gladly paid $ 25 for this BEAUTY!"

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“I found this brass fly ashtray at a thrift store in Wisconsin. I'm going to fill it with pretty pebbles that I found in our backyard. "

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@6385_panda_6729 This is a dog it's not a panda and it's cruel to Colour a tiny little puppy dog like this. It obviously looks terrified and shaking.
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Bemorepanda loves pandas! These two mischievous but persistent panda cubs melted everyone's hearts. The cute, playful youngsters went viral by having fun interfering with the zoo keeper from sweeping fallen leaves. Mei, the caretaker of the Chengdu Giant Panda Research Base, was definitely struggling to do her job while the two cubs rolled and tumbled.

 

As soon as May tries to open the door to the aviary where the kids are, she already faces a problem.

 

She tosses the broomstick over the fence to distract the cubs from escaping through the door. But one of them decides to tear off the brush from the broomstick, which already looks quite funny and funny.

loves pandas! This adorable pandas roll and tumble around as playful and curious animals.

 

One of them discovers that it is possible to ride in a basket for leaves and does it without hesitation.

 

May tries to move the cubs away from the basket, but then they take the other with the tools she brought.

 


 

 

 

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