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Falklands Conservation

@falklandsconservation

Working with the local and international community to conserve the natural environment of the Falkland Islands.
  • On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
    3 weeks ago
  • Happy#InternationalWomensDay from all of us at @falklandsconservation. We thank and appreciate the efforts of all the women across the community - particularly those individuals who give so much to conserve and protect nature.🌱 Thank You! πŸ§πŸ¦…πŸ³
    1 month ago
  • Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
    2 months ago
  • The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
    2 months ago
  • This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
    3 months ago
  • Here's to a fabulous New Year of conservation action! πŸŽ†πŸŽ‡
    4 months ago
  • There are lots of ways to support conservation efforts in the Falkland Islands. So, why not kickstart the New Year by doing your bit to support Falklands wildlife? To find out how you can inspire change this year, please follow the link in our bio.
πŸ“Έ:Glenn Welch
    4 months ago
  • Wishing you a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Falklands Conservation! πŸŽ„
    4 months ago
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
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Happy#InternationalWomensDay from all of us at @falklandsconservation. We thank and appreciate the efforts of all the women across the community - particularly those individuals who give so much to conserve and protect nature.🌱 Thank You! πŸ§πŸ¦…πŸ³
Happy#InternationalWomensDay from all of us at @falklandsconservation. We thank and appreciate the efforts of all the women across the community - particularly those individuals who give so much to conserve and protect nature.🌱 Thank You! πŸ§πŸ¦…πŸ³
1 month ago
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Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳 #worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
2 months ago
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The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱 Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
2 months ago
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This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
3 months ago
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Here's to a fabulous New Year of conservation action! πŸŽ†πŸŽ‡
Here's to a fabulous New Year of conservation action! πŸŽ†πŸŽ‡
4 months ago
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6/8
There are lots of ways to support conservation efforts in the Falkland Islands. So, why not kickstart the New Year by doing your bit to support Falklands wildlife? To find out how you can inspire change this year, please follow the link in our bio.
πŸ“Έ:Glenn Welch
There are lots of ways to support conservation efforts in the Falkland Islands. So, why not kickstart the New Year by doing your bit to support Falklands wildlife? To find out how you can inspire change this year, please follow the link in our bio. πŸ“Έ:Glenn Welch
4 months ago
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7/8
Wishing you a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Falklands Conservation! πŸŽ„
Wishing you a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Falklands Conservation! πŸŽ„
4 months ago
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@falklandsconservation
Falklands Conservation

@falklandsconservation

Working with the local and international community to conserve the natural environment of the Falkland Islands.
  • On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
    3 weeks ago
  • Happy#InternationalWomensDay from all of us at @falklandsconservation. We thank and appreciate the efforts of all the women across the community - particularly those individuals who give so much to conserve and protect nature.🌱 Thank You! πŸ§πŸ¦…πŸ³
    1 month ago
  • Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
    2 months ago
  • The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
    2 months ago
  • This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
    3 months ago
  • Here's to a fabulous New Year of conservation action! πŸŽ†πŸŽ‡
    4 months ago
  • There are lots of ways to support conservation efforts in the Falkland Islands. So, why not kickstart the New Year by doing your bit to support Falklands wildlife? To find out how you can inspire change this year, please follow the link in our bio.
πŸ“Έ:Glenn Welch
    4 months ago
  • Wishing you a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Falklands Conservation! πŸŽ„
    4 months ago
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
On Saturday, Watch Group members joined Peaty Pals in teaching members of the community how to make tussac plant seed bombs. During the morning, 434 seed bombs were made. These will be transported to Dyke Island where they will be used for ongoing tussac plant restoration. #restoration #conservation #wildlife #landrestoration #tussac
3 weeks ago
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Happy#InternationalWomensDay from all of us at @falklandsconservation. We thank and appreciate the efforts of all the women across the community - particularly those individuals who give so much to conserve and protect nature.🌱 Thank You! πŸ§πŸ¦…πŸ³
Happy#InternationalWomensDay from all of us at @falklandsconservation. We thank and appreciate the efforts of all the women across the community – particularly those individuals who give so much to conserve and protect nature.🌱 Thank You! πŸ§πŸ¦…πŸ³
1 month ago
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2/8
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳

#worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
Happy World Whale Day! 🐳 #worldwhaleday#whales#conservation#whaleconservation#marinemammals#seiwhale#southernrightwhale
2 months ago
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The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱

Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° 

Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is an international certification that recognises farming practices that ensure responsible animal husbandry, good land management and equitable social welfare. Approximately half of Falkland farms have registered with the scheme over the last two years and this confers a responsibility to monitor the condition and sustainability of native pastures. 🌱 Over the last couple of weeks Falklands Conservation along with the Department of Agriculture have run training workshops to assist farmers in gaining the plant and habitat monitoring skills to meet the requirements of the scheme. This utilises two new simple pasture and habitat scoring sheets that have been jointly developed for the Falkland Islands.πŸ‡«πŸ‡° Falklands Conservation is grateful to everyone that has attended and to The Darwin Local Initiative for providing funding.
2 months ago
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4/8
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project - a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
This morning, members of the Watch Group were invited aboard the Oosterschelde to find out more about the Darwin 200 Project – a global initiative seeking to inspire the next generation of conservationists. 🌱 The children had a tour of the ship and took part in 'The World's Most Exciting Classroom' event, where they got to interact with children from around the world via a live link. 🌎Many thanks to the @darwin200_ team for hosting us! 🚒
3 months ago
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Here's to a fabulous New Year of conservation action! πŸŽ†πŸŽ‡
Here's to a fabulous New Year of conservation action! πŸŽ†πŸŽ‡
4 months ago
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6/8
There are lots of ways to support conservation efforts in the Falkland Islands. So, why not kickstart the New Year by doing your bit to support Falklands wildlife? To find out how you can inspire change this year, please follow the link in our bio.
πŸ“Έ:Glenn Welch
There are lots of ways to support conservation efforts in the Falkland Islands. So, why not kickstart the New Year by doing your bit to support Falklands wildlife? To find out how you can inspire change this year, please follow the link in our bio. πŸ“Έ:Glenn Welch
4 months ago
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7/8
Wishing you a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Falklands Conservation! πŸŽ„
Wishing you a very merry Christmas from all of us here at Falklands Conservation! πŸŽ„
4 months ago
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