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  1. Now is your chance to join one of our expeditions into the stunning wild places of Botswana as we take you on an overland adventure into the heart of wild Africa. No we don’t visit luxury lodges but we do give you the service and expertise that you would expect to find in one of those places and yes we do camp but comfort levels are fantastic, service is superb and our guiding extraordinary. Why Kingfisher Expeditions? Owner run operation and predominantly locally owned, benefiting local people directly Our guides are the best in the industry and passionate about their country, the wildlife and their clients Over 40 years combined safari experience giving the best service possible We know the areas we visit intimately giving you the best chance of seeing the amazing wildlife We only take six people per safari and stay for a minimum of three nights in each area giving our clients the best possible experience Regular set departures give you the opportunity to travel when you want Children Welcome Your Guide Tumelo Charles Known simply as ‘Charles’, Tumelo has been working for and running his own ‘mobile safari’ business from Maun for the last ten years. He has spent time taking his foreign clients all over Northern Botswana to some of the most remote parts of his beautiful country and seeing the amazing wildlife that inhabits these areas. He is from the Bayei people, the water people of the Okavango, and was born on the fringes of this amazing inland river delta and having grown up in a small village, knows the Botswana bush intimately. Click here to read more about Charles Our Safari Expeditions An Expedition with Kingfisher Safaris is an authentic wild African experience that will immerse you in some of Botswana’s most remote and inaccessible places. You will travel between camps on comfortable, specially-designed, 4×4 Game Drive vehicles with your back-up crew ahead getting the camp ready for your arrival. Everything you need for your safari is provided by us so that you can enjoy the experience of being in Africa’s wild heart to the full. We take you to the best destinations in this sparsely populated country giving you the chance to see the astonishing wildlife in their own surroundings. We select all our campsites based on the expert knowledge of our guides and the movements of the animals at particular times of the year. Your Accommodation We use what is known as ‘Bow Tents’ with en-suite bush ablutions so that you have exclusive access to all the facilities you need. These tents are 3mx3m in size and we use these largest of small tents as standard. We provide you with a camp bed, mattress, bedroll & lighting so that you are as comfortable as possible whilst staying with us. Set Departures We have three set departures each month giving you the choice and flexibility to join any safari you like to suit your needs. We have two 6 night safaris and one 9 night safari each month. If you book the whole safari to yourself, it can go where you want it to. Click here for our 6 night Okavango Expedition Price Low season (Jan – Jun & Nov – Dec) US$2,100.00, £1,400.00 or €1,600.00 per person sharing Price High season (Jul – Oct) US$2,500.00, £1,600.00 or €1,895.00 per person sharing Click here for our 6 night Moremi Expedition Price Low season (Jan – Jun & Nov – Dec) US$2,100.00, £1,400.00 or €1,600.00 per person sharing Price High season (Jul – Oct) US$2,500.00, £1,600.00 or €1,895.00 per person sharing Click here for our 6 night Desert & Delta Expedition Price Low season (Jan – Jun & Nov – Dec) US$2,100.00, £1,400.00 or €1,600.00 per person sharing Price High season (Jul – Oct) US$2,500.00, £1,600.00 or €1,895.00 per person sharing Click here for our 9 night Moremi & Chobe Expedition Price Low season (Jan – Jun & Nov – Dec) US$2,700.00, £1,800.00 or €2,100.00 per person sharing Price High season (Jul – Oct) US$3,150.00, £2,100.00 or €2,450.00 per person sharing Click here for our 12 night Okavango Elephant Expedition Price Low season (Jan – Jun & Nov – Dec) US$3,600.00, £2,400.00 or €2,800.00 per person sharing Price High season (Jul – Oct) US$4,200.00, £2,750.00 or €3,200.00 per person sharing
  2. Ever wanted to see what the wildlife is doing when you are not there? Now you can with this specialist safari focussed on Camera Trap photography. A specialist guide, quality, hand-picked areas and camps designed for the best opportunities to get the best photographs. Botswana Camera Trap Safari US$7,000.00 or £4,600.00 per person sharing Kalahari Plains & Savuti Camp Namibia Etosha Camera Trap safari US$5,000.00 or £3,350.00 per person sharing Ongava & Onguma Tree Top Camp Currently these are guide prices based on six people and full rates. Prices may come down on confirmation of trip running. Your Specialist guide – Jeremy Bolton Jeremy was born and raised in South Africa and has been fascinated by wildlife for as long as he can remember. While at school he developed a love of birding and during his university years he took every opportunity to explore the wild places of Southern Africa. Thereafter he spent two decades immersed in the dark art of investment management. By 2003 he’d had enough of the corporate world and decided to spend the rest of his life only doing things that he was passionate about – like camera-trapping. For the last few years he has been helping academics, conservationists, travellers and wildlife owners with camera-trapping projects. These projects have taken him to many of the most iconic wildlife venues in Southern Africa where he has captured thousands of insightful and entertaining images. A desire to share these experiences led him to launch Trailcam Safaris which runs camera-trapping workshops and safaris. These give his guests a unique insight into what wildlife gets up to after dark and when nobody’s around. It’s also the only opportunity that many people will have to record images of some of Africa’s rarest and most secretive mammals. Jeremy’s safaris aim to stimulate and educate but, most importantly, he’d like his guests to have fun. Jeremy has now teamed up with Kingfisher Safaris to provide the best safaris and unique experiences to some of the most productive areas in southern Africa. From Jeremy on your experience: “Arrive at the lodge early afternoon. Settle in and then meet for a brief presentation and discussion on camera-trapping and the aims and objectives for the following days. I will demonstrate the different types of cameras to the guests and get an idea of what everyone’s preferences are – this will influence what cameras we use. I’d ideally like everyone to then be responsible for at least two cameras or possibly three to use as they prefer, under my guidance. So someone might have a preference for getting photos of carnivores, another might like the idea of videos of Meercats while a third might enjoy a time-lapse sequence of a waterhole over 24 hours. All these are possible and I really welcome these preferences as opposed to someone who just says “whatever”. I will obviously draw the guide into these discussions because its really important the he/she is excited by the prospect of doing things a little differently. We will then head out on an afternoon game drive and set up as many cameras as possible. This will involve the guests getting off the vehicle, examining the area for tracks and signs, looking for good places to set up the cameras and recording the exact gps locations. Our morning game drive might also involve setting up the remaining cameras. If time permits we could also drive past some of those set up the previous evening. We will swop out the memory cards so that we can view the images. This could happen immediately on an iPad or later on a laptop at the lodge. Before heading out again in the afternoon we will again gather to review the early results from the cameras. This might necessitate a change of location or we might decide to add another camera to a good site. This process will be repeated at every lodge. As we get towards the end of the trip I will be spending more time collating all the images that we’ve recorded. We will probably retrieve most of the cameras on our last night so that I can complete this collating process. I will then copy the final selection of photos onto a usb stick for each family/couple to keep.” Contact Martin, for more information
  3. Check out this 8 night itinerary from African Bush Camps, click on the title to see it on our website including photos from all the camps. Zimbabwe 8 Night Hwange & Mana Pools 3 x nights Somalisa Camp 3 x nights Zambezi Lifestyles Camp 2 x nights Kanga Bush Camp Price up to June 30th 2013 US$4,850.00 or £3,150.00 per person sharing* Price from 1st July 2013 to 31st October 2013 US$5,600.00 or £3,650.00 per person sharing* *includes all internal flights, activities, accommodation, meals & local drinks. Excludes international flights, Insurance & items of a personal nature Departs from and returns to Victoria Falls Somalisa Camp A small intimate tented camp tucked away subtly under a canopy of an acacia tree island on an ancient river system. This unbeatable wild elephant sanctuary is known for its large herds of elephant and the Somalisa concession in Hwange National Park affords you with your private African wildlife encounters from the minute you step out of your tent. Somalisa having only 12 beds has been designed as an environmentally low impact camp giving you a barefoot luxury experience with understated elegance. Wildlife & Activities The environment : The largest reserve in Zimbabwe is home to one of the highest concentration of game: the park boasts more than 100 different animal species and over 400 species of birds. Moreover, Hwange is world famous for its 30,000 elephants, making it one of the few great elephant sanctuaries left in Africa. Wildlife : Walking and game drives will allow you the opportunity to observe elephant, kudu and sable antelope, zebra, wildebeest, gemsbok, the rare and endangered roan antelope, buffalo, giraffe, white rhino, lion, leopard, hyena, and many other wildlife species. The Kennedy vlei is littered with flamboyant colours from all its seasonal wild flowers that emerge as the first rains begin, and as the grass dries out, the large herds of buffalo, zebra and elephant are in abundance. Safari Activities : Activities include guided walks game drives and spot lighting as well as game viewing from hides. All are lead by qualified and passionate guides who will share their knowledge and love of the bush with you. Our guides are some of the most experienced naturalists and professional guides in Zimbabwe Zambezi Lifestyles Camp An intimate 8 bedded camp, fit for private safaris, set up prior to your arrival, the mobile luxury tented camp is designed to give you access to the Zambezi river affording you canoeing excursions on the river, fishing either from the banks or off an island in the middle of the Zambezi river, tracking game on foot or the shore as well as traditional game drives. Wildlife & Activities This experience is enjoyed by people who seek adventure and exercise whilst absorbing the peace and tranquility of the Zambezi river. The environment : Mana Pools is a legendary national park, well known for its wildlife rich flood plains, the mighty Zambezi River and the magnificent views of the back drop of the Zambezi escarpment. The river boasts of some of Africa’s most amazing tiger fishing and adventure canoeing safaris. The combination of all of these make this World Heritage site a must visit national park. Wildlife : You will be paddling among an abundance of elephant, hippo, big herds of buffalo, and explore a rich aquatic life under a sky inhabited by fantastic bird species. On a walking safari, you will have a chance to view a wide range of large mammals (lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, wild dog, crocodile, zebra, eland, sable, kudu antelope, giraffe, and over 350 bird species. Canoeing: You are expected to be fit, but no canoeing experience is necessary. You will be paddling in a steady current of about five kilometers an hour , and won’t be going through any rapids. Walking: Canoeing is usually combined with walking and exploring the Mana Pools wilderness areas, which are off the beaten track. Fishing is possible during the excusrsion on the river, either from the banks or off an island in the middle of the Zambezi river. Game drives along the flood plain in open 4 x 4 Land cruisers are one of the main highlights, taking you into the core of the wildlife scene that is abounding with a diversity of wildlife. Typical safari day: The early start in the morning getting on the water and going down river for a couple of hours passing hippos and a menagerie of birds on the way. We stop of a walk on the main land getting up close to Elephant, Buffalo, Eland, Zebra, Kudu and numerous other animals. After a leisurely cooked full English breakfast cooked on the side of the river, we continue down the river. Arriving in our next camp site in the late afternoon in time for tea, cake and a game drive to see the interior if the Park with its extensive Acacia woodlands and the African tradition a sundowner. Our guides are some of the most experienced naturalists and professional guides in Zimbabwe Kanga Bush Camp The private concession is set away from the crowds in a remote part of the legendary Mana pools where a private safari experience is the focus, and tracking wildlife on foot is a specialty. A 12 bedded seasonal camp built around a water hole, which acts as the main attraction for wildlife in the area as it is the only source of permanent water in the location. Walking and game-drive activities in the area can be complimented with trips to the Zambezi flood plain experience. Water based activities such as fishing and canoeing can be arranged in advance and on special request. Wildlife & Activities The environment : Kanga Pan can be best described as an explorer’s paradise… an untamed area within the UNESCO World Heritage site of Mana Pools, it gives you the pure and unspoilt African experience. The area is very diverse and permanent water source makes it a hub for wildlife. Wildlife : Mana Pools is a pure wilderness area where the animal is king; the game is extremely accessible and can be approached on foot. Kanga Pan, as a permanent water source in the area, attracts animals to its waterhole all year round, including many larger species such as elephant and buffalo, and where plains game such as kudu, zebra, impala and waterbuck are also found. In addition, Kanga Pan is a Predator’s paradise; a resident lion pride lives permanently in the vicinity of the camp, wild dogs and leopards are often sighted. Hyena, cheetah, and crocodile are also present. An extensive and varied amount of birdlife can be enjoyed from the main area of the Camp. Safari Activities : Activities will include game drives in open four-wheel drive vehicles and night drives, but the most unique and exciting activity is tracking wild life on foot with a professional guide: the possibility to leave your vehicle, or even walk out of the camp with an experienced professional guide is a rare experience in National Parks, and this is one of the best walking territories in Africa. You will enjoy thrilling nature walks to areas unreachable by car, and get even closer to nature and the animals. Kanga is the only private concession in Mana Pools: so you are unlikely to meet anyone when on game-viewing excursions, and you will get a true sense of privacy. Canoeing safaris on the Zambezi can be organised on request in advance, as well as full-day excursions to the Zambezi River. Our guides are some of the most experienced naturalists and professional guides in Zimbabwe
  4. So you've done the luxury lodges and you've decided to self drive Botswana but are not sure of the best places to go or when you get there which are the best routes and areas and perhaps a little worried about the state of the roads and where some of them lead. We can help. At Kingfisher Safaris we have two guides we use for our privately guided safaris who are also available to come with you on your self-drive safari. Pilot Manga - Click here for Pilots' Bio Isaac Serdile - Click here for Isaac's Bio Pilot and Isaac both work for luxury operations in Botswana and work for Kingfisher Safaris when they are on their leave. They are both top quality guides and i know them both personally having worked with them in Botswana and they are enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable. Get in touch for availability and prices. If you have already hired your vehicle you can be joined by either of these guides or we can hire you the vehicle, book your campsites and plan your routes should you want. We can also provide back up staff including a chef and camp hand and even a game drive vehicle if you want one (fully licenced), giving you more opportunities for Game Drives as you will not have to cook and clean yourself. Take the plunge and go where you haven't been before.
  5. Namibia 14 night self-drive safari 1 x night Villa Verde – Windhoek 3 x nights Desert Homestead – Sossussvlei 2 x nights Royal Benguela – Swakopmund 3 x nights Mowani Mountain Camp – Damaraland 3 x nights Onguma Tree Top Camp – Etosha National Park 2 x nights Waterberg Wilderness Lodge – Waterberg Plateau National Park Toyota RAV 4 or similar vehicle. Click here for full itinerary and photographs on our website Only £2,000.00 or US$2,900.00 per person based on two people sharing* Includes vehicle hire & excludes International Flights, Insurance, National Park Fees and items of a personal nature. This is a flexible itinerary and intended as an example and there are many different lodges that can be used. You can also camp in most of these areas too. This exact itinerary is valid until the end of 2013. Contact for more information. Villa Verde, Windhoek Accommodation – Villa Verde, Verde Street, Windhoek (2 nights), Bed and Breakfast Villa Verde is situated close to the city centre of Windhoek and the attractions it has to offer Desert Homestead, Sossussvlei Accommodation – Desert Homestead, Bed & Breakfast Activities – Sossusvlei excursion and Naukluft excursion (included) Sossusvlei is a salt and clay pan surrounded by high red dunes, located in the southern part of the Namib Desert, in the Namib-Naukluft National Park of Namibia. The name "Sossusvlei" is often used in an extended meaning to refer to the surrounding area (including other neighbouring vleis such as Dead Vlei and other high dunes), which is one of the major visitor attractions of Namibia. The Sossusvlei area belongs to a wider region of southern Namib extending between the rivers Koichab and Kuiseb. This area is characterized by high sand dunes of vivid pink-to-orange colour, a consequence of a high percentage of iron in the sand and consequent oxidation processes. The oldest dunes are those of a more intense reddish colour. These dunes are among the highest in the world; many of them are above 200 metres, the highest being the one nicknamed Big Daddy, about 380 metres high. Horseriding is available at this camp at an extra cost Royal Benguela, Swakopmund Accommodation – Royal Benguela Guesthouse, Bed and Breakfast Activities include Marine Cruise in Walvis Bay Lagoon, Living Desert Tour or Bird Watching in Walvis Bay Lagoon which is filled with Flamingos, plovers, grebes, terns, oystercatchers, gulls and many other migrants and residents. Dining and Entertainment - Swakopmund has a large selection of coffee shops and restaurants specialising in seafood, game and meat, German fare and international standards. Mowani Mountain Camp Accommodation – Mowani Mountain Camp, Full Board including two activities a day. Situated in the Damaraland region, known for its Desert Elephants which have adapted their lifestyle to cope with the harshness of the, almost, waterless desert areas. This includes the area of Twyfelfontein, which is a wonderful rocky outcrop featuring thousands of San Bushman engravings and paintings, the indigenous people of the region. Activities include a morning drive exploring the region in search of the elusive desert Elephants. A 2hr safari to visit some of Damaraland's most famous attractions including the Burnt Mountain, the Organ Pipes and the highlight of your trip over 2,500 rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, a World Heritage Site. This region is ideal for walking with the emphasis as much on scenic exploration and grasping the harshness of surviving in a desert environment as it is game viewing. Onguma Tree Top Camp Accommodation – Onguma Tree Top Camp, Dinner Bed & Breakfast Onguma Tree Top Camp is a small and intimate camp, designed for those travellers who would like to truly experience the bush in all its raw splendour. The camp is built on wooden stilts amongst the tree tops with full views over one of the most beautiful waterholes on Onguma Game Reserve. The camp consists of only 4 thatched rooms with canvas walls and a dining room in the main complex. Tree Top is ideal for exclusive-use and small parties travelling together. The guest areas consist of a deck overlooking the waterhole, a lounge, dining room and interactive kitchen. A maximum of 8 guests (including guide) can be accommodated. Although situated in a private reserve if you do not participate in their organised activities you will only be able to drive into Etosha park which is only 2kms away. Waterberg Wilderness Lodge Accommodation – Waterberg Wilderness Lodge, Waterberg Wilderness Nature Reserve. Full board, but activities are extra. Waterberg (Afrikaans: water mountain) is a massive table mountain east of Otjiwarongo in the northern reaches of central Namibia. It is about 50 km long, up to 16 km wide and rises from the plains of the Omaheke, as this part of the Kalahari is known, to a height of up to 200 metres. This natural barrier often intercepts clouds, causing them to release their moisture. The mountain’s upper layer consists of red sandstone which is porous and absorbs rainwater like a sponge. The base, on the other hand, is impermeable rock with a slight gradient from west to east. On the south-eastern slope water therefore escapes along this layer in the form of several springs - even during the dry season from May until September. Hence the mountains very apt name. One of the springs bubbles at the end of the Waterberg Wilderness valley and provides delicious drinking water. It also feeds the swimming and plunge pools for the guests and the watering places for the game. Activities include Waterberg Plateau Hikes (approx. 3hrs); scenic drives in search of the local wildlife, including White Rhino, Game viewing on foot and cultural tours in Herero land.
  6. Painted Dog Safari with Dr Greg Rasmussen Accompanied by Dr. Greg Rasmussen, a Senior Conservation Biologist and the Research Director of Painted Dog Conservation, this safari takes you into the heart of Zimbabwe, tracking resident and local Painted Dog Packs in Mana Pools National Park, as well as providing you with a guided tour of the Painted Dog Educational and Rehabilitation Centre in Hwange National Park. As a senior Conservation Biologist, and as Founder and Research Director of Painted Dog Conservation, Dr Greg Rasmussen has spent 24 years exclusively researching African Wild Dogs in Zimbabwe and other African countries. In 1992, Dr Rasmussen founded the Painted Dog Research Project and has conducted extensive research and observations of the species. Overview of Itinerary Day 1 – 4 3 nights Zambezi Lifestyles Camp, Mana Pools National Park Day 4 – 6 2 nights Kanga Bush Camp, Mana Pools National Park Day 6 – 8 2 nights Somalisa Camp, Hwange National Park A minimum of 2 clients can join but the trip can only be confirmed at this price when there is at least 6 pax on the particular trip. Departs Harare and ends Victoria Falls There are two trips as below: Price US$4,950.00 per person sharing 19th - 22nd June 3 nights Zambezi Life Styles 22nd - 24th June 2 nights Kanga Camp 24th - 26th June 2 nights Somalisa Camp Price US$5,500.00 15th - 18th Oct 3 nights Zambezi Life Styles 18th - 20th Oct 2 nights Kanga Camp 20th - 22nd Oct 2 nights Somalisa Camp Please get in touch if you are interested or want any more information.
  7. Greetings from Africa Continuing with our Namibian theme, herewith an update from Jeremia on the latest Diverse Namibia trip …….. Having enjoyed the night views of the city the previous night, the drive to the Namib Desert was amazing... the landscape made our drive to Kulala Adventure Camp a very special one. Dinner on the first night was enjoyed in the open with stargazing before they went to put their heads down on the pillow. Early the next morning we visited Sossusvlei and here, the guests put their foot prints on the Namib dunes for the first time and we walked to dead vlei where they did a ‘special touch on the clay” ... this was the highlight of the day. It was hot (+ or – 40 d/c) but a nice lunch and cold drinks and the welcome at Kulala Adventure Camp finished off a special day. The next day on our way to Swakopmund we saw some Hartman’s mountain Zebra and springboks grazing in the Namib Naukluft park. Guest enjoyed the History and the Geology of Kuiseb area. The drive across the Plains of the Namib Desert was the best and the historical buildings of Swakopmund were of great interest to my guests. Damaraland Adventure Camp – our three night stay there gave my guests a clear picture of why we call this trip diverse Namibia. We visited the National Heritage site which was very productive. The visit to Damara living museum connected my guests with our local people and they learned about their culture and how to live in rural areas. The second day we got up before early birds started to call and drove to springbok river for Rhino tracking , while I was driving , we saw the national plant of Namibia ( Welwitschia mirables) I saw something looks like a moving rock, I stopped the vehicle took my binocular and there he was! A male black Rhino walking towards the salvadora bush. The wind was perfect, so we got out of the vehicle and walked up a small incline to have a better view. On our left hand side there were the mother and the calf also approaching. We spent time viewing these three black Rhino’s browsing on the bushes... This was the best ever. Our picnic lunch under the trees in Abahuab dry river bad was great and on our way back to the camp we saw a pride of 12 Desert adapted Lions feeding on the Gemsbok which they killed probably during the night.. This doubled the highlight of the day. Anderssons Camp was our last camp- We went on our full day Etosha game drive and this whole day was very productive, we visited several water holes man made and natural one’s. At Oliphant’s pad water hole we found a herd of Elephants drinking, but they kept the other animals away from the water. Whilst watching , I heard an alarm call coming from the bush on our right hand side, we looked around and we saw black faced Impalas running toward the water , alarm calling and behind them there was two Lions following them and my guests said good timing! The Impalas ran past the water hole and all the Elephants had their trunks were up! When the two Lions saw the Elephants, they stopped look at them and turned back into the bushes and one off my guests mentioned that was close! We saw lots of different species’ of animals in Etosha National Park. Black Rhino and a nightjar at Anderssons water hole after dinner was a great way to finish the day! Our drive back to Windhoek gave my guests an opportunity to see some of the public transport and also highlighted how big some of the farms are and how some of the birds of prey benefit from road kill and how clean Namibia is along public roads. Guests left with big memories and promises to return. Guide : Jeremia Mwapopi You can see this itinerary on our website Diverse Namibia Wilderness Overland Exploration You can also see our self-drive Namibian Experience where you can visit some of the camps on this trip. Photograph © Wilderness Safaris
  8. Having read some recent comments i thought i would collate all of Wilderness Safaris' current special offers across six southern African countries up until the 30th April 2013 Botswana Little Mombo - US$795.00 pppn Jao, Vumbura Plains, Kingspool - US$530.00 pppn Kalahari Plains, Kwetsani, Tubu Tree Camp, Chitabe, Banoka Bush Camp, Little Vumbura & Duma Tau - US$430.00 pppn Namibia Little Kulala (Sossusvlei), Serra Cafema (Kunene) - US$530.00 pppn Kulala Desert Lodge (Sossussvlei), Damaraland Camp & Doro Nawas (Damaraland), Ongava Lodge (Etosha NP) - US$295.00 pppn Zimbabwe Little Makololo (Hwange) & Ruckomechi (Mana Pools)* - US$390.00 *Ruckomechi opens on the 1st April 2013 Zambia Toka Leya & The River Club (Livingstone for Victoria Falls - US$430.00pppn South Africa iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Zululand: Rocktail Beach Camp - US$170.00pppn Malawi Mumbo Island Camp (Lake Malawi National Park), Mvuu Camp (Liwonde National Park) - US$210.00pppn Mvuu Lodge (Liwonde National Park) - US$330.00pppn Chelinda Lodge (Nyika National Park) - US$270.00pppn Flights are available at reduced rates - should you be interested in any particular combination of camps, I can give you a quote including flights.

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