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Link with the Lynx - The Secrets of Nature

  • Link with the Lynx - The Secrets of Nature


    With large tufted ears, a short tail and a trusting look, one could almost believe that lynxes are just big cats. In their hearts, however, they are wild and untamed. They are the tigers of Europe. This is the story of a hard earned friendship. On the one side is Milos Majda, a quiet, nature loving ranger at the Mala Fatra national park in Slovakia. On the other side are two small lynxes, fresh from the zoo. With Milos' help, it's hoped the lynxes will return to the home of their ancestors in the forests of Mala Fatra in the heart of Slovakia. For two years Milos Majda and the biologist and animal filmmaker Tomas Hulik follow the journey of the lynx siblings from their warm nursery inside a cabin into the wilderness.

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  • Eagles - The Whole Story S01E04 - The Secrets of Nature


    Bones like honeycomb, skull-filling eyes, wings the length of a piano, a neck that turns almost full circle, the keenest vision of all vertebrates. And built to kill. The eagles of Africa are impressive.

    Mighty birds build mighty nests. Whether perched on dizzying mountain cliff or high in the forest canopy, some lofty eagle homes can weigh as much as a family car. Generations may grow up in the same nest, carefully refurbished and re-used year after year for decades.

    Over forest, desert and mountain, the monarchs of Africa’s skies soar on the thermals, scanning the ground for prey with eyes that see over twice as well as human eyes. From mice to full-grown bushbuck, their food tastes range wide. Some dine on large fish – airlifting them surfboard-style in deadly talons. Others swoop on prey over four times their own weight. While some tuck into fruit and nuts!

    Discover the surprising world of eagles, Africa’s majestic aerial predators, in “The Whole Story”.

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  • Urban Terror – Urban Animals - Animal Antics - The Secrets of Nature


    Uncontrolled urbanization is a problem which besets most developing countries and mankind has always tried to conquer and tame wild animals which has inevitably caused problems. This insert highlights the topic.

  • Canada Lynx || Description, Characteristics and Facts!


    The Canada lynx is a medium-sized North American cat that ranges across Alaska, Canada and many of the contiguous United States. It is characterized by its long, dense fur, triangular ears with black tufts at the tips, and broad, snowshoe-like paws. Similar to the bobcat, the hindlimbs are longer than the forelimbs, so that the back slopes downward to the front. The Canada lynx stands 48–56 cm tall at the shoulder and weighs between 5 and 17 kg. The lynx is a good swimmer and an agile climber. The Canada lynx was first described by Robert Kerr in 1792. Three subspecies have been proposed, but their validity is doubted.

    A specialist predator, the Canada lynx depends heavily on snowshoe hares for food. This leads to a prey-predator cycle, as Canada lynxes respond to the cyclic rises and falls in snowshoe hare populations over the years in Alaska and central Canada. When hares are scarce lynxes tend to move to areas with more hares and tend not to produce litters, and as the numbers of the hare increase, so do the populations of the lynx. The Canada lynx hunts mainly around twilight, or at night, when snowshoe hares tend to be active. The lynx waits for the hare on specific trails or in ambush beds, then pounces on it and kills it by a bite on its head, throat or the nape of its neck. Individuals, particularly of the same sex, tend to avoid each other, forming intrasexual territories. The mating season is roughly a month long (from March to early April). After a gestation of two to three months, a litter of one to eight kittens is born. Offspring are weaned at 12 weeks.


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  • Wild Balkans - The Secrets of Nature


    Wolves hunt their prey in the valleys between high-ranging dunes, bears and lynxes wander through dense primeval forest, and the big lakes are a magnet for hundreds of bird species. That is the so-called “Balkan”. Today the “Balkans” stand for a Europe that hardly exists elsewhere.

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    Scientists have found that black bears are not as effective at catching fish as white bears, as the white bears are less visible from the perspective of the fish. While at night, the two colours of bears have similar success rates at catching fish, such as salmon, during the day, the white bears are 30% more effective.

    The Kermode bear was named after Francis Kermode, former director of the Royal B.C. Museum,who researched the subspecies and was a colleague of William Hornaday, the zoologist who described it.

    A common mispronunciation of Kermode as ker-MOH-dee differs from the actual pronunciation of the Kermode surname, which originates on the Isle of Man and is properly pronounced KER-mode, which is the usual way to pronounce Kermode bear.

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  • In Bed With Wolves - Part 1 of 3 - From Austria to Montana and Back - The Secrets of Nature


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    What is the difference between the domestic dog and the wolf if both of them have been raised under the same conditions? What skills got lost and which were gained in the process of domestication? How far are wolves prepared to co-operate with humans, and do they accept domestic dogs as co-operation partners? To get answers to these questions, researchers Friederike Range, Zsofia Viranyi and Professor Kurt Kotrschal have taken up the task -- for the first time ever in canid research -- to raise a pack of wolves by hand.

  • Most Incredible WILDCATS Attacks | Bobcat vs Deer, Lynx vs Goat and other Animals Attack


    This clip features some of the most incredible Wild-Cats attacks in the wild including a bobcat takes on a fully grown mule-deer, caracal plucks a guinea fowl bird midair with a spectacular jump, lynx vs wild mountain goat, wildcat hunts pigeon, cougar hunts rabbit, ocelot takes out a macaw parrot with and incredible leap and other incredible wild-catd attacks in the wild.
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  • Keepers of the Ark - A Life for Animals - The Secrets of Nature


    A baby bat sleeps peacefully, hanging from the washing line in the living room. A muscular young cheetah quits his enclosure - or he will kill the female who has come to mate with him. Excited young falcons fly away – from the roof of a Vienna retirement home. All these animals share their proximity to humans in the world’s oldest zoo, Vienna’s Schoenbrunn Zoo. The keepers devote their lives to them, witnessing their birth, staying with them to their death – sometimes the death of an entire species. Hard work and play, joy and sorrow are all part of life for the zookeepers of Schoenbrunn.

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  • How this Wild Cat is Coming Back from Extinction


    Southern Spain: home to distinctive landscapes, extreme climates, and the Iberian Lynx. The unique species of wildcat is smaller than its European cousin and has evolved to survive almost exclusively by hunting wild rabbits. ↠Subscribe:

    Yet this unvaried diet is what drove the Iberian lynx to the brink of extinction during the 20th century. We introduce the breeding and conservation programs that have helped the wildcat make a remarkable recovery, and take a look at the threats the endangered species still faces today.

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  • A Wild Canadian Lynx And A Cameraman Develop An Amazing Relationship | Wild Canadian Year


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  • The Iron Forest - The Secrets of Nature


    The youngest of Austria’s national parks is also the country’s biggest continuous forest area. Ten million trees make the labyrinthine, fissured karst formations of the Reichraming and Sensen mountain ranges an endless green wilderness. But these mountain forests that were originally almost impenetrable lie in the midst of Austria’s iron industry. For more than a thousand years, it supplied the fuel for smelting iron from innumerable little mines in the region, especially from the Styrian Erzberg.

  • Canadian Lynx!


    Meet Yoki the Canadian Lynx at Big Run Wolf Ranch!
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  • Reintroducing Europes Wildest Cat | Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth


    Urban development has pushed the Iberian lynx to the edge of survival. Recent rewildling projects could help the species to thrive once more.

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  • Barrow Island - Island Life E01 - The Secrets of Nature


    Barrow Island’s inventory of 15 land mammals, seven marine mammals, 110 species of bird and 40 reptiles makes up one of Australia’s most genetically important island populations. Many of these creatures are rare or extinct elsewhere, with Barrow their only haven. Which makes it surprising that Australia’s second biggest oil producer shares the island. Barrow Island is the story of industry and a precious island habitat sharing ground.

    Harry Butler – legend of Australian natural history television – has been there since the beginning. Harry discovered Barrow Island as a young naturalist, and stayed on as environmental consultant when a licence to drill for oil was granted in the mid 1950s. Now in retirement he continues to visit the island. Each year he runs environmental awareness courses for Island workers. He encourages all staff to take an active role in the Islands maintenance, emphasising their responsibility (with the risk of dismissal) to follow Island safeguards. A number of workers have not only taken up his teachings, but established their own techniques to care for the island.

    Les McClements came to Barrow island about thirteen years ago. Today he is primarily a grader driver. He is also mother to orphaned animals; resident expert in animal health and welfare, and is busy teaching other workers that you can be proud about feeding, weaning and releasing a joey, without losing your masculine credibility! Les and many of his friends are reversing stereotype notions about oilmen: “See...big oilmen do care!”, he says.

    Oil company staff are the only people admitted onto the island, though the company will accommodate various other groups interested in the island’s animals and plants – past and present. Fossil experts, government rangers, zoologists, cave divers, marine scientists (and TV crews) visit the island. The infrastructure provided by the oil company – including: roads and vehicles, a laboratory, resort style accommodation, flights in and out from the mainland, and three hot meals daily – allows scientists and others to explore this remote location with relative ease.

    While some observers continue to question the wisdom of ever allowing industry on one of Australia’s most important conservation reserves, the island’s range of endemic, rare and endangered species remains intact and vital.

    Unlike mainland Australia, introduced animals and plants have failed to gain a foothold here and so the island reflects a time mainland Australia has lost forever. It’s continued survival and careful management is something we must safeguard or we lose a second time round – with no more chances.

  • California Mountain Lions: The Legends of California


    We have revamped California Mountain Lions and combined each episode into one feature-length documentary. Watch to see new and exciting footage!

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • Worlds Biggest and Baddest Bugs! | Free Documentary Nature


    World's Biggest and Baddest Buges | Insects Documentary

    How big and how bad are the beasties lurking in your backyard? Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste is taking us on an entomological odyssey around the globe in search of the ultimate biggest and “baddest” creepy crawlies.

    Along the way Ruud explains exactly what makes the “stars” of the show so amazing, while his unbridled enthusiasm for some of the world’s most detested creatures ensures that even the arachnophobics see their nemeses in a new light!
    Throughout the journey Ruud sacrifices his well-being, at times becoming our very own “crash test dummy”, as he tries to match the incredible abilities of his bug buddies.
    The stunts range from suffering the jungle’s most painful sting to pitting himself against a larger rival to show how size brings great wealth in bugland. Ruud gets uncomfortably up close with all sorts of bugs, including a swarm of killer bees, a column of army ants and giant cockroaches.
    The World’s Biggest Baddest Bugs showcases these tiny terrors in a totally new way. We take an intimate look at the bugs while Ruud reveals what makes them kings of the bug world and how these creatures are capable of so much more than just frightening us.


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  • Walking with a Lynx


    Nice time - long holiday in the west Canada(BC,Alberta,Yukon,Alaska).Outdoor - Bowron Lake,Wild Lynx

  • Eurasian Lynx in Belarus during our birding tour in 2014


    This video was taken during our birding tour in Belarus. It was a great suprise, Lynx is a very difficult animal to see during the birding tours. They tend to shy away from open areas. To see one of them like this was a great moment, Probably it's a young one, and maybe met with humans for the first time.
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    Austria’s Kalkalpen National Park, nestled between two great mountain ranges, is the largest track of wilderness in the Alps, but it wasn’t always that way. The park was once the site of major logging and mining operations, but those activities ceased more than two decades ago. Abandoned and unmanaged by man, the Kalkalpen’s forests may look like they are under siege from the extreme mountain weather that impacts its landscape in the form of floods and landslides. But it is just part of the process of how the park is reverting back to its natural and primeval state. One of the symbols of this return to the wild is the reappearance of the lynx after a 150 year absence from these woods.

    Three years in the making, Forest of the Lynx chronicles life in this remote wilderness and the complex partnerships among plants, insects, animals and trees.




  • Breath of the Wild: Links SECRET Ability!


    Link, the one destined to defeat Calamity Ganon. He's got everything; the looks, immense strength and a TON of waifus (and husbandos!). But while he doesn't talk much, is there anything else that he is hiding from us?

    Today I take a look at Link and try to come up with an explanation for why he is so powerful!

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  • Eurasian Lynx || Description, Characteristics and Facts!


    The Eurasian lynx is a medium-sized wild cat occurring from Northern, Central and Eastern Europe to Central Asia and Siberia, the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayas. It inhabits temperate and boreal forests up to an altitude of 5,500 m.

    Because of its wide distribution, it has been listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List since 2008. It is threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation, poaching and depletion of prey. The Eurasian lynx population in Europe is estimated at comprising maximum 10,000 individuals and is considered stable.


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    Gisèle Benoit has been studying and painting the predators of Canada's boreal forest for four decades. She shares this quest with her parents, Monique and Raynald. After fifteen years of patient work, the naturalists have made this unique documentary on Canada lynx, who would be the mysterious guardian of forgotten secrets, according to a Native American legend. The beautiful scenes filmed by Raynald help us penetrate into the intimacy of the cat, known for its discretion. Its character, behaviour, reproduction and relationships with other species, many aspects of its life are unveiled through the observations of Gisèle and her family. A tribute to the natural world and respect for its laws, guaranteeing balance and durability.

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    Explore the resurgence of iconic wildlife and natural processes across Europe's most breathtaking landscapes, from the Arctic Circle to rich river wetlands, from deep forests to rugged mountain peaks. Tune in or stream Europe's New Wild Wednesdays, February 3-24, 2021 at 10/9c.

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  • Learn about the lynx with Ada


    Lynx are native to Britain and once roamed the countryside, stalking deer and smaller mammals.
    Lynx are a key stone species and reintroductions around Europe have been very successful.
    Wildwood works to conserve the Eurasian lynx and hopes to someday see it return to British nature.

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    This is a Lynx and here are some very interesting facts that you probably do not know about this furry cat.


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  • Iberian Lynx Documentary | Part 1


    The Iberian lynx is a wild cat that is in extreme danger of extinction.

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    There are still privileged places where nature continues on its way, changes and evolves as it always has. Places such as the Doñana National Park, in southern Spain, where hundreds of species live governed only by the laws of nature and the pace of the changing seasons.
    The river Guadalquivir, at the point at which it pours into the Atlantic ocean, in south-west Andalusia, has created a series of ecosystems that have together been declared a World Heritage Site.
    Unfortunately, ideal habitats like those of Doñana are fast disappearing from the map.

    With the reduction of the forests, the lynx populations have become isolated, which has led to endogamy, with the resulting weakening of the species.
    To this must be added the fact that successive epidemics of myxomatosis and viral haemorragie disease have decimated the rabbit population, which makes up 90% of the lynx’s diet.
    Together, these circumstances have turned the Iberian lynx into the most threatened feline on the planet. In the past 25 years, its population has fallen spectacularly, and during the 1990s the threat of extinction seemed closer than ever.
    In addition, given the lack of food, it came dangerously close to inhabited areas, where it came into contact with wild cats from which it caught diseases against which it had no defence. There were frequent encounters with dogs and, as if that wasn't enough, it brushed up against its worst enemy, human.

    The low numbers of Iberian lynxes and the scarce and distant distribution of these, led the Nature Conservation Commission to approve, in February 2001, a programme for the conservation of the species ex situ, that is, away from its natural habitat. The place chosen to carry out this project was the El Acebuche centre, in Doñana National Park, and the person in charge of directing it was Dr. Astrid Vargas.
    The primordial objective is to achieve a population of seventy lynxes in captivity, and then begin to reintroduce them in places where in the past there were lynxes in the wild.
    The techniques used at the El Acebuche centre have made it possible to make considerable progress in our knowledge of these animals; and, moreover, we must take into account the fact that never before had it been possible to study the Iberian lynx twenty-four hours a day.
    Thanks to this, they have accumulated a huge amount of data that have permitted great advances in knowledge of the physiology, territoriality, habits and sexual behaviour of these felines.
    The work is divided into observation of the animals, the constant gathering of data and their subsequent analysis.
    And, as it is a completely new area of experimentation, the exchange of information with experts in other medium-sized felines such as Eurasian lynxes or bobcats can help to overcome certain difficulties.

    The National Park is one of the best places in Europe to observe wildlife in its natural environment; its importance is such that it must be protected by legislation to guarantee its conservation.
    The El Acebuche ex-situ breeding centre, the Department of the Environment of the autonomous community of Andalusia and the Ministry of the Environment are combining efforts to ensure the Iberian lynx does not disappear.
    SEPRONA, the international scientific community and numerous ecological groups are permanently monitoring the success of the project.
    It looks as if the future will smile on the Iberian lynx. The admirable work of the breeding in captivity programme, the restoration of optimum forest areas for the felines to live in the wild and increasing public awareness will help make the dream a reality.
    Having reached this point, the hopes of the lynx lie with their ancestral enemies: us, human beings.

  • Lynx Plays With Dangle - March 2021


  • Lynx family life in summer and autumn


    Here are some moments from lynx family life captured by a camera trap. To read about our findings on lynx behaviour and ecology during warm season follow the link --

    0:00, 7:18, 10:36 adult lynx male
    0:11 female lynx (Darota) with two kittens in summer
    7:21 Darota with kittens in autumn
    6:32 pine marten family as a bonus

  • Land of the Lynx


    In a delightful species story, a young lynx who has been moving through the Canadian Rockies, is looking for a territory to claim as its own. He roams peaks and valleys and finally locates a high valley in the mountains that has a multitude of rabbits -- his favorite prey. This is a wonderful scenic and active show.

  • Beckys Beasts: The elusive Canada lynx


    The Canada lynx was reintroduced into Colorado more than 20 years ago.

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    Lynx Facts,

    Lynx is a member of the cat family. There are four species of lynx: Spanish, Canadian, Eurasian lynx and the bobcat. They can be found in Europe, Asia and North America. Lynx live in forested areas on the north, well adapted to the life on very low temperature. Number of lynx is greatly reduced due to poaching (because of the fur that is highly appreciated in the fashion industry). Another threat, which affects survival of Spanish lynx, is lack of the natural prey (European rabbit) in the habitat. Besides Spanish lynx that is listed as critically endangered, remaining species are listed as threatened (they may become endangered in the near future).

    Interesting Lynx Facts:
    Size of lynx depends on the species. Eurasian lynx is larger than American species. On average, lynx can reach 32 to 40 inches in length and 4 to 8 inches in weight.
    Body of lynx is covered with beautiful, thick fur. Color of the fur depends on the season. It is usually light brown during the summer and grey during the winter.
    Whole body is covered with dark-colored dots. Ears are covered with white patches that end with black tufts.
    These unique-looking tufts on the ears enhance hearing. Thanks to excellent sense of hearing, lynx can easily locate the prey.
    Lynx has sharp vision, which is another important sense that is used for hunting. Lynx is able to detect a mouse from a distance of 250 feet.
    Lynx is a carnivore (meat-eater). It usually hunts small mammals, such as snowshoe hare, mice and squirrels, and birds. Larger species of lynx often hunt bigger animals, such as deer.
    Lynx is not a fast runner. Since it does not chase the prey, it hunts from an ambush and uses the element of surprise.
    Lynx can easily move across the snow thanks to large, rounded feet that act like snowshoes.
    Lynx have sharp claws that are used for hunting, climbing on the trees and for defense against predators.
    Main predators of lynx are cougars, wolves, coyotes and humans.
    Lynx is rarely seen in the nature because it is nocturnal (active during the night) animal. Besides, it is very cautious when it comes to people and other predators.
    Lynx is very vocal animal. It can produce cat-like meows, purrs and hisses.
    Lynx is a solitary creature. Animals gather only during the mating season that takes place late in the winter or early in the spring.
    Pregnancy in females lasts two months and ends with 1 to 4 babies. Mother takes care of the babies on her own. Young lynx will learn all tricks and develop hunting skills beside its mother. It usually takes two years before it starts independent life.
    Lynx can survive up to 14.5 years in the wild and over 25 years in captivity.

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  • Lynx family grooming on fallen aspen tree


    Sequence of photos and videos from two camera traps placed at a big fallen aspen where lynxes love spending time.

  • Lynxes in the wolf home sites


    The following video demonstrates the presence of adult lynxes in the coaching spots of the wolf breeding group's homesite and very plausible stalking of lynxes for wolf pups there. The video includes not only inspecting of the pup coaching spots by the lynxes, but also visiting of the recently used family burrow-den by one of the lynxes. Read more --

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  • New outstanding Late Pleistocene fossils of Iberian lynx from southern Italy


    Research article published in Quaternary Science Reviews describe and analyse 40.000 years-old extremely well preserved fossils from the Ingarano site (southern Italy). Though this extant species is restricted to the Iberian Peninsula, findings suggest that Lynx pardinus inhabited France and Italy during the Pleitocene. Video by Dawid A. Iurino (Sapienza Università di Roma). Original article:

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  • Rare encounter of wolf and lynx in nature


    Join our campaign to save Europe’s nature #NatureAlert. Watch the exceptional encounter between the highly threatened wolf and a family of lynx in Poland’s wild forests.

    Both animals have bounced back from the brink of extinction in Europe thanks to strong protection under EU Nature laws, but they are still at risk. We are campaigning to ensure that Europe’s beauties of nature are effectively protected.

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  • This Canadian Lynx Is Twice The Size Of A Cat Now Watch His Reaction When A Trainer Goes To Pet Him


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  • Lynx sounds / Lynx scream at night / Lynx voice / Wild lynx call and sound


    Lynx sounds. Eurasian lynx sound. Lynx voice and sound. Lynx scream at night. Lynx can easily move across the snow thanks to large, rounded feet that act like snowshoes. Lynx is rarely seen in the nature because it is nocturnal animal. Besides, it is very cautious when it comes to people and other predators. Lynx is very vocal animal. It can produce cat-like meows, purrs and hisses. The largest and heaviest is Siberian lynx. The shortest lynx is the bobcat. The lightest lynx is the Canadian lynx. Lynx sound.

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  • Story of Lynx


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