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  • Strangest Islands That Exist


    Coming up are some of the strangest islands that exist!
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  • 15 Most Mysterious and Unusual Islands on Earth


    Mother nature sure is weird! Today we're taking a look at some of the most unusual and mysterious island formations ever discovered.

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  • 8 Most Mysterious Islands Youve Never Heard About


    Some of these islands are so mystifying that most people don’t even know they exist. Some have such a gruesome history that many don’t want to talk about them. Did you know there’s an island that seems to have disappeared from the face of Earth? And another that is said to be home to thousands of wandering ghosts? Get ready because these 8 islands are bound to give you goosebumps.

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    The Eye, or El Ojo de la Tierra in Spanish, is a strange island that moves and rotates on its own axis: By Google Maps (34°15'07.8S 58°49'47.4W),

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    - Socotra is so isolated that there are just a few roads for its 40,000 inhabitants. It’s also host to 800 rare species of flora and fauna, a third of which are found nowhere else on Earth.
    - Diego Garcia is located over 1,000 miles south of India, isolated in the middle of the Indian Ocean. It is occupied by the US military, who leased it from the UK. The island is home to 2,000 military personnel, communication facilities, combat vessels, and 12,000-ft runways that can hold large aircraft.
    - The Eye, or El Ojo de la Tierra in Spanish, is a strange island that moves and rotates on its own axis. The Eye is fully circular, sits in a circle of water, and is located between the cities of Campana and Zarate in Argentina.
    - Isla Bermeja is shown on maps from the 18th and 19th centuries, but the island was not found in 1996 when Mexico conducted surveys. Nor was it located in an extensive study in 2009. Though it is clearly marked on maps, the island is currently nowhere to be found.
    - Okunoshima is a small island nestled in the Inland Sea of Japan. The island is small enough that it can be explored in under 2 hours. It’s grassy, and there’s a beach resort. But the best part of this island is the inhabitants: hundreds of rabbits roam the island.
    - This island has the highest concentration of venomous snakes in the world! For that reason, it is known as Snake Island. It hosts a population of over 2,000 lancehead vipers, one of the most dangerous species of snake.
    - Because of its macabre past, Poveglia is thought to be Italy’s most haunted island. This is a place for only the most hardcore ghost hunters and people who love a good horror story.
    - Island of Dolls is one of the creepiest places you can imagine! Though it was never meant to be a tourist attraction, hundreds of people visit the place each year.

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  • 10 STRANGEST Islands on Earth


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    10 Most Mysterious Islands on Earth

    Islands are definitely some of the most intriguing places in the world. Some of them are famous tourist spots like Bali and the islands of Greece, while some others are remote and almost impossible to access, which makes them the perfect spot to escape from the crowds. However, some islands are so far from civilization to the point that they’ve become the scenario of mysterious and unexplainable events - or at least that’s what some people say. Today we’ll be looking at “10 of the Most Mysterious Islands on Earth” - we’ll be looking at what makes these places so unique and we’ll try to figure out what exactly is going on in these places. If you’re someone who likes dark mysteries and a bit of a thrill, then you’ll definitely want to know more about the island at the top of my list. I know this will make you want to get on a boat and get to it right away, even though it’s not so easy to find it.

    Bannerman Island

    When you think about mysterious islands, you might think of rare remote places around the globe. But the first island on this list is just a half-hour boat ride away from New York City. When you look at this place, the first thing you might notice is the presence of an incomplete castle, which was being built by Frank Bannerman VI, who made a lot of money by reselling military equipment that he got during government-led auctions at the end of the US Civil War. With so many possessions, he needed a safe place to store them, so his son advised him to get not a warehouse...but a whole island, which he ended up naming after himself. When Bannerman died in 1918, the construction of the castle stopped. Later, in 1950, the whole island became abandoned and well, no one really wants to stay here. People just come for short visits. According to Native American Tradition, this place is haunted by evil spirits. Perhaps they’re the ones who caused Bannerman’s misfortune? I guess we’ll never know.

    Isla Bermeja

    People have known about Isla Bermeja since the 1700s - that’s three hundred years ago! The existence of this place, off the coast of Mexico, was the key point to allow Mexico to extend its claim of offshore oil and put a stop to the United States from working in that area. Unfortunately, back in 2009, a group of researchers from a Mexican University went out to look for the island and they couldn’t find it. They used all sorts of devices to try to find it within the area indicated on the map, but their search was unsuccessful. Today, there are all sorts of conspiracy theories regarding the fate of this island. Some people claim it disappeared due to global warming or a terrible earthquake. But others like to think that the US bombed the place, which in their eyes, it makes sense, because if this island doesn’t exist anymore then Mexico can’t claim offshore oil in this part of the ocean. However, Mexicans are not giving up and they hope that one day they will find the island again.

    Vozrozhdeniya Island

    About a hundred years ago, the Soviet Union was looking for a place to become the scenario of one of the darkest laboratories of all time. After a thorough search around the nation, they finally found the perfect spot on Vozrozhdeniya Island - which is in the Aral Sea. It was on this island that they built a biological weapon lab in which they genetically modified things like smallpox, the plague, anthrax and other diseases to resist medical treatment. Part of the experiments included the caging of 300 monkeys that were exposed to the germs and were later monitored to see the progression of the diseases. The project had around 1,500 people working and living on this island. When they weren’t working, they could be seen at the social club, the stadium or any other interesting amenity that the government built just so they wouldn’t have to leave the island. Eventually, the Aral Sea dried up and the lab facilities turned into ruins. At this point, all the pathogens had been destroyed by the harsh conditions around it, except for anthrax, which can survive for a very long time. However a treaty signed in 1972 banned the use of biological weapons so they had to bury the anthrax spores. Authorities claim there are no traces of any disease now, but I guess we’ll never know for sure...unless we’re able to go there one day.

    Partridge Island

    I know a lot of you are probably tired of hearing words like “quarantine.” But that was exactly the main purpose of Partridge Island, which is off the coast of Saint John Harbour in Canada. This is the place where they quarantined Irish people who were moving to Canada in 1830

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  • 12 Most Dangerous Islands You NEVER Want To Visit!


    Top most dangerous islands you don’t want to visit! These are the craziest and scariest islands and most dangerous islands you never want to visit!

    #5. “Saba”-- Netherlands Caribbean
    If you are willing to brave the rocky but short twelve minute plane ride from St. Maarten to Saba, the smallest island in the Dutch Antilles you will be graced with a view like none other, a place that looks trapped in the ancient past. Upon arrival you will find a village nestled upon a volcano that is full of vibrant atmosphere with live music, family owned restaurants featuring fresh caught cuisine and plenty of outdoor activities like scuba-diving and hiking for nature lovers. But all this comes at a cost. You might say that the locals have become such experts at having a good time because at any moment it could all be destroyed. Tourists have been known to call it ‘The Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean’ but it could be more accurately described as ‘Hurricane Island’. Because of its location right in the Atlantic’s hurricane alley, the island has been noted for being hit by the most hurricanes of any island on Earth. Despite the constant attacks that mother nature brings down upon Saba its people still find a way to survive and rebuild time and time again.

    #4. “Rockall”-- Ireland
    The tiny 80 foot wide island known as Rockall which lies nearly three-hundred miles off of Scotland’s western shore has such an imposing presence it has made its way into Irish and Scottish legends as well as popular culture through music, books and television. People have long been entranced with its simple yet powerful structure with some ancient myths going as far to name it the location where the apocalypse will begin. The real life danger is in the fact that the island itself, is essentially a large granite rock sticking out of the ocean--the remnants of an extinct volcano. Because of its steep incline on all sides there is really only one place for a person to stand, the peak, which you can only get to if you are a skilled rock-climber. Even if you are it isn’t recommended that you try climbing the relatively short summit of 65 feet as the island is smack dab in the part of the ocean that boasts waves which reach upwards of 100 feet. Despite their being no natural value to the island other than its looks, Rockall was considered an extremely important strategic location by the United Kingdom who claimed the island in fear of it falling into the hands of the USSR and being used to house a missile silo. Britain’s claim to the island also has the historical distinction of being their last modern day territorial acquisition.

  • 10 Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist


    The Seven Wonders of the Natural World may have been named too quickly. Wonders like The Grand Canyon and Victoria Falls are certainly big, and anyone who sees them will surely be impressed—but sheer size isn’t enough to truly leave a person in awe.
    There are other places in this world, though, that are far stranger. Places that seem almost alien, as if they could only exist on a planet that evolved separately from our own. These are places that scientists have had to struggle just to understand how they ever could have been formed. Places that will truly make you wonder—not just because they’re beautiful, but because they seem to follow scientific laws that don’t exist anywhere else on earth. Here are 10 Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist

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  • 15 Most Mysterious Islands On Earth


    Since our planet is made up of around 71% water, we all technically live on islands. However, if we’ve learned anything from movies like Cast Away or Madagascar, it’s that not every island is filled with volleyballs and talking animals! From a little-known diamond island to a full-scale alien planet in the middle of the Indian Ocean, here are the 15 Most MYSTERIOUS Islands On Earth!

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  • Horrifyingly Mysterious Lakes In The World


    Mysterious lakes exist all around the world that will blow your mind. Lets find out about the creepiest mysterious lakes in the world.
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  • The Worlds Strangest Borders Part 5: Divided Islands


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  • 10 Strangest Things Found By Deep Sea Divers


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    With humans always looking to find and explore every inch of our planet, we have voyaged countless miles of oceanic waters to explore its daunting depths and infinite horizons. Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is below the ocean, with only less than 5 percent of the world’s oceans currently explored, it has revealed some of the most incredible and stunning discoveries one can imagine. From treasure to hidden cities, there have been many weird, bizarre and indeed valuable things discovered at the bottom of the sea.
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  • 15 World’s Strangest Borders, You Will Regret If You Dont See Them


    There are some truly unbelievable places in this world, and none of them are quite as strange as these weird and wonderful borders! When one country meets another totally different country, well, there’s bound to be some differences that stick out like a sore thumb! Yep, borders can be complicated but sometimes they can lead to the most unusual and unique sights that exist on this planet. From thelargest waterfall in the world that flows between two separate countries, to the islands that are just 4km but twenty HOURS apart, these are 15 Of The World’s Strangest Borders, You Will Regret If You Don’t See Them!

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  • 15 Strangest Creatures Recently Discovered!


    With such a variety of animals on our planet, it's perhaps no surprise that researchers are continuously discovering new ones. From the creepy to the beautiful, to the bizarre, you never quite know what's going to be announced next, and sometimes they're beyond belief! With that said, let's take a look at 15 of the strangest creatures that have recently been discovered!

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  • WEIRDEST Things On Google Earth!


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    Ghost Island
    In 2013 researchers went looking for Sandy Island in the Coral Sea, east of Australia. Scientific databases showed the island to be about the size of Manhattan. Discovered in 1876 by a whaling ship, Sandy Island has been included on maps for more than a century, including, obviously, on Google Earth. When the Australian scientists arrived at the location, the only thing they found was open ocean. There was no other island that could have possibly been Sandy in sight. It just wasn’t there. So what happened to it? Did it sink beneath the waves? Was it just a figment of our imagination? It's possible that what the whaling ship had seen was a pumice raft, a floating raft of frothy light rock produced by volcanoes that can float around for years before breaking up. The island had gained so much fame it actually had an obituary published for it in April 2013. In it the researchers explained how the phantom island could have remained in geographical mind and maps due to human error. This undiscovery made headlines around the world and reminds us that despite modern technology, there are still mysteries to be solved in the ocean. Google and National Geographic quickly removed Sandy Island from their maps.
    One thing's for sure, this is no crop circle or accident, this pentagram was placed there on purpose. Located in Kazakhstan, this is sure to lead any suspicious mind to the devil’s door. The 5-pointed star surrounded by a circle measures 1,200 feet (366m) in diameter. Located on the shore of a desolate lake, the pentagram shows up crystal clear on Google Maps if you wanted to look it up yourself. When the image first rose from the underworld to the internet, many were quick to link it, and Google, to devil worship. The pentagram is an ancient symbol used by many cultures and is not always satanic. It turns out that it is simply a park. Archaeologist Emma Usmanova has worked in the region for years and explained that its pathways were purposefully designed to create the shape of a star. The star is marked by roads lined with trees, making the shape stand out. The star was a popular symbol during the Soviet Union and many guessed that the site may have been an abandoned Soviet campground.
    Desert Spiral
    Google maps has frozen this double spiral in time. When people first saw the formation located in the Egyptian desert near the coast of the Red Sea, all kinds of theories arose. Crop circle, alien message, even a portal to an alternate universe. It’s too large and perfectly designed to have been created by any one person. Well, it was actually created by three women. Known as the Desert Breath, it is a super sized art installation created by DAST Arteam, a trio of Greek artists in March of 2007. The piece covers an area of about 10 hectares (25 acres). According to the artists it’s meant to celebrate the desert as a state of mind, a landscape for the mind.” The spiral is made up of cones made from sand and is subject to natural erosion. Over time it will disappear and become part of the desert plain once more.
    Syrian Holes
    Images of the current civil war in Syria is by no means new to the internet. While the destruction on a human level has been caught by photographers and news coverage, satellites have also recorded the damage to hundreds of archaeological sites. All six of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country, which are considered widely to be one of the oldest occupied areas on Earth have been damaged or destroyed. You can see the destruction for yourself if you were to look up Apamea via Google Earth. The location of the ancient Roman city is now a sea of pockmarked holes stretching over the entire area, left by looters since the start of the wr. Looters and treasure hunters have dug over 4000 holes looking for uncovered treasures to sell on the black market to finance the wr. These holes are about 2-3 meters across and in some cases are used to store weapons.
    Airplane Graveyard
    This might be one of the biggest, and coolest, graveyards you ever see. Located in Tucson, Arizona, the Davis Monthan Air Force Base is where U.S. military planes often find their final resting place. The cemetery stretches 2,600 acres and has been nicknamed “The Boneyard.” While the site is closed to the general public, modern day technology holds nothing sacred, not even the dead, and images of it are available for all to see on Google Earth (and other interactive maps). And it is something to see indeed.

  • 15 Strangest Things Recently Discovered In Egypt


    If Ancient Egypt was your favourite history subject at school then we have got a treat for you! Yep, this exciting era was full of mysteries, hidden treasures and most importantly, mummies! That’s right, there’s no other civilization quite as strange as Ancient Egypt, and we are still discovering new things about this intriguing empire all the time! Light up your torches, because today we’re heading into the tombs of Egypt to see what we can find! From creepy ancient board games buried in long forgotten cemeteries, to grand sailing ships mysteriously hidden beneath the pyramids, miles from any bodies of water, these are the 15 Strangest Things Recently Discovered In Egypt

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  • 12 Most Unusual Abandoned Places That Really Exist


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  • 15 Strangest Things Recently Discovered In Thailand


    Thailand is a very ancient country and also one which is filled with mysteries and strange things. This is surely one of the most fascinating countries in Asia, and even in the entire world. From the magnificent beast that has made a dramatic return to the archaeological find which gave us a look at the life of a prehistoric giant, here’s the 15 Strangest Things Recently Discovered In Thailand!

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    Danajon Islet, also known as Dawahon Islet, is an islet in the Philippines found at the easternmost end of the Danajon Bank. The islet is coterminous with Barangay Dawahon, which is under the jurisdiction of the municipality of Bato in the province of Leyte.

    There is an elementary school, a church, two basketball courts, one small road, and one government medical clinic. The high school children are sent to Hingotanan Island, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away by boat. There is a weekly ferry service from this islet to mainland town of Bato, Leyte, which is 24 kilometres (15 mi) away. Other nearby islands include Bilanglangan Island, Gaus Island, & the Caubyan Islets, which are 27 miles (43 km) to the east.

    The islet takes its name from the Danajon Bank, the Philippines only double barrier reef and one of only 6 documented double barrier reefs in the world. A very rare geological formation, it comprises two sets of large coral reefs that formed offshore on a submarine ridge due to a combination of favorable tidal currents and coral growth in the area.

    Danajon Bank is home to a vast array of commercially valuable reef fishes, shellfish, crustaceans, and invertebrates such as sea cucumbers and sea urchins. Its extensive seagrass beds are nursery and feeding grounds for various species of rabbitfish (siganids) and sea horses, while its mangroves are spawning habitats for crustaceans, shrimps, and various fishes.

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  • 7 Islands No One Wants to Buy Even for $1


    Do you ever you dream to own a private island? If you do, you'll probably find this information useful. Have you ever heard that there are whole islands out there that you can purchase for a fraction of the typical price? But the real kicker is that nobody wants to buy them! And there're reasons for that.

    Have you ever heard, for example, about Japan's Rabbit Island? They began to thrive and multiply on the island after a chemical weapons plant was closed. And these days, thousands of friendly bunnies will greet you if you decide to pay them a visit!

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    - For just 80,000 bucks, you can become the owner of not one but six islands situated on Brazil’s Sao Francisco River. But you’ll be subject to small annual taxes.
    - Although Little Rocky Island lies in the Atlantic Ocean, neighboring islands protect it from foul weather. There’s no property on the island, but you can build anything you like there!
    - Also known as Terrible Tilly, this island’s nickname speaks for itself. Well, it’s not technically an island in the traditional sense, it’s basically a rock with a single lighthouse on it off the coast of Oregon.
    - If you have an extra 40K, you can buy a 1-acre island with a view of picturesque Maine. There’s a little cabin on the island, and you can theoretically build some other property there too if you want.
    - You could become the owner of a historic private island on one condition: you have to restore the fort situated on it.
    - People typically associate private islands with some sort of tropical paradise. But Canada’s McGibbon Island is nothing like that. Perhaps that explains the super low price tag of 30 grand.
    - Welcome to a tiny island off the coast of Tasmania, Australia. This offer is open only for couples, and both partners should be equally eager to go to the island.
    - Ōkunoshima Island lies approximately 2 miles off the coast of Japan. From 1929 to 1945, there was a chemical weapons plant on the island that produced poisonous gas.
    - Dubbed Battleship Island because it looks like an old half-destroyed battleship, Hashima is located about 9 miles away from Nagasaki. From 1887 to 1974, there was a profitable coal mine on the island.
    - Located in Venice, Italy, Lazzaretto Nuovo is also open for tourists but home to nobody. In 1468, the island became a quarantine area for ships that approached the city. This move was meant to protect Venice from the plague.
    - Jaco Island belongs to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste. This island looks like the picture of true paradise: lush green trees, crystal blue waters, and white sand. But his place is uninhabitable.

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  • STRANGEST Things Found In The Philippines!


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    Here are the weirdest traditions and craziest discoveries in the philippines! From the world's largest pair of shoes to strange and rare animals, check out this video on the most bizarre filipino things!

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    12.) Tarsiers
    Tarsiers are considered to be one of the world’s smallest primates! Found in a few places in Asia, there are 3 types of tarsier but the Philippine tarsier is native to, guess where, the Philippines!

    11.) Waterfall Restaurant
    The Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort is a working coconut plantation. Not only is it already beautiful and charming but it is home to one of the most unique restaurants in the world.

    10.) World’s First Biodegradable Car
    Also known as “The Phoenix” this bamboo and rattan roadster was designed by award-winning Filipino designer Kenneth Cobonpue and Albrecht Birkner.

    9.) Bogie Rider
    A few years ago, a dog made waves as he rode a bike in the Philippines. Wearing a certified helmet specifically made for him, the then 4 year old dog was seen going around the streets of Manila, sitting on the front of his human companion’s motorcycle.

    8.) Barrel Man
    The Barrel Man is an easy to find and popular souvenir in the Philippines. The Barrel Man is so popular that it has even had its own exhibits in museums.

    7.) Sinarapan
    The Sinarapan is known as the world’s smallest fish that we eat and is only found in the Philippines. They are often found in Bato and Buhi Lakes.

    6.) World’s Largest Pair of Shoes
    This might not be the first thing you think of when you think of the Philippines! However, did you know that the world’s largest pair of shoes sits in the town of Marikina, Philippines.

    5.) Poong Nazareno
    Also known as the Black Nazarene, the Poong Nazareno is a life-sized, dark wooden sculpture of Jesus carrying the cross en route to his crucifixion.

    4.) Tamaraws
    Tamaraws, or the Mindoro dwarf buffalo, is a critically endangered animal native to the Philippines. It looks a little bit like a small water buffalo and is the largest mammal from the Philippines.

    3.) World’s Largest Banknote
    Created in 1998, the world's largest single banknote is the 100,000-peso note created by the government of the Philippines.

    2.) Hobbit House
    The Hobbit House was recently on CNNGo’s list of “world’s weirdest themed restaurants.”

    1.) Dancing Inmates
    Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC), a maximum security prison in Cebu, Philippines made a claim to fame when their inmates got together to reenact the dance from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” around 2007.

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  • 10 WEIRDEST Restaurants That Actually Exist!



    I am pretty sure I speak for everyone when I say “I love food”! Food is great. We need to eat food in order to stay alive. While that is true, sometimes the experience of eating can be more than just about nutrients; it can be fun. Although, is there such a thing as “too much fun” when it comes to a food experience?! Let me know what you think after you watch todays video; the 10 Weirdest Restaurants That Actually Exist!

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    Sable Island, Nova Scotia. ...
    Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. ...
    The Island of the Dolls, Mexico City. ...
    Vulcan Point, the Philippines. ...
    Ilha de Queimada Grande, “Snake Island,” 90 miles from Sao Paulo, Brazil. ...
    Deer Island, Alexandria Bay, New York.

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    Socotra Island, Yemen.
    Ōkunoshima Island or Rabbit Island, Japan.
    Sable Island, Nova Scotia.
    Palmyra Island, North Pacific.
    La Isla de las Muñecas or The Island of the Dolls, Mexico City.


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    04:17 Number 5 The Island of Dolls, Mexico City
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