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Daily Dispatch
At home on the waterpaid to do something I love,” says Mlambo, whose small desk at the aquarium is
Daily Dispatch / Posted 5 hours ago
paid to do something I love,” says Mlambo, whose small desk at the aquarium is lined with tomes like Smith’s Sea Fishes and The Reef Guide by Dennis King, which was signed by the author after he bought a copy. “It was amazing that someone who wrote... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The secret Sydney life of Donald Trump jr's wheeler dealer Rob Goldstonecouple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family d
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 hours ago
couple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family doing the usual stuff: snorkelling on the reef and catching the sights of Sydney. Oh, and American born and raised Julie is something of a yoga and wellness... Read more
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WA Today
The secret Sydney life of Donald Trump jr's wheeler dealer Rob Goldstonecouple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family d
WA Today / Posted 22 hours ago
couple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family doing the usual stuff: snorkelling on the reef and catching the sights of Sydney. Oh, and American born and raised Julie is something of a yoga and wellness... Read more
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WA Today
It's a wrap for this aristocrat and lady who lunchescouple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family d
WA Today / Posted yesterday
couple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family doing the usual stuff: snorkelling on the reef and catching the sights of Sydney. Oh, and American born and raised Julie is something of a yoga and wellness... Read more
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Brisbane Times
It's a wrap for this aristocrat and lady who lunchescouple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family d
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
couple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family doing the usual stuff: snorkelling on the reef and catching the sights of Sydney. Oh, and American born and raised Julie is something of a yoga and wellness... Read more
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The Age
It's a wrap for this aristocrat and lady who lunchescouple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family d
The Age / Posted yesterday
couple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family doing the usual stuff: snorkelling on the reef and catching the sights of Sydney. Oh, and American born and raised Julie is something of a yoga and wellness... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It's a wrap for this aristocrat and lady who lunchescouple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family d
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
couple from London in Australia for a working holiday with their young family doing the usual stuff: snorkelling on the reef and catching the sights of Sydney. Oh, and American born and raised Julie is something of a yoga and wellness... Read more
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Daily Press
Large tilefish tabbed as new state record20 inches are being caught. Bluefish and striped bass are at the crossings. Ba
Daily Press / Posted yesterday
20 inches are being caught. Bluefish and striped bass are at the crossings. Back River Reef: Flounder are available around the reef. Spanish mackerel can be caught trolling small spoons. Croaker and some spot are on the reef. Buckroe Pier:... Read more
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DW
Cold-water corals: Tough times ahead in a warming climate |Impacts of Ocean Acidification). "There are huge reefs, and we collect the cor
DW / Posted yesterday
Impacts of Ocean Acidification). "There are huge reefs, and we collect the coral at the edges so as not to disturb the reef itself, to do our experiments here in the lab." Janina Büscher's favourite place in the Jago cockpit Over the past... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Fishing Report: A summer speck spawn? You read it here firstbottom this week, just as the pogy pods disappeared off the beach. Most guides
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
bottom this week, just as the pogy pods disappeared off the beach. Most guides are jigging up sardines for bait out on the reefs. The kings are generally getting bigger. A couple of fish pushing 20 pounds are part of the day’s catch. I spoke... Read more
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World Surf League
El Gringo Awakens at the QS 3,000 in Arica, Chile(HAW) in Heat 13. Aranburu opted for a different strategy and let his opponents
World Surf League / Posted 2 days ago
(HAW) in Heat 13. Aranburu opted for a different strategy and let his opponents fight for the lefts while he moved up the reef to the rights. "It was pretty challenging out there. I took a few nasty wipeouts, but I caught some nice tubes as... Read more
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World Surf League
Competition Halted by Unfavorable Conditions in Chilenabbing the day's first quality tube-ride in Heat 13 of Round 1. Maither droppe
World Surf League / Posted 3 days ago
nabbing the day's first quality tube-ride in Heat 13 of Round 1. Maither dropped into a hefty set wave that exploded onto the reef and ran down the line like a freight train. "It's a lot of fun out there and the wave is exactly like a place I surf... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Even shy minkes are joining the whale paradethe boat at a local reef. “It’s just marvellous to see the increase in whale n
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
the boat at a local reef. “It’s just marvellous to see the increase in whale numbers in the 45 years I’ve been exploring the Reef,” she said. The Reef Biosearch founder said the whales appeared to becoming more curious in their dealings with... Read more
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World Surf League
Slater Says His Foot Injury Is Worse Than Expectedhad a similar injury while the two surfed together on the North Shore many year
World Surf League / Posted 3 days ago
had a similar injury while the two surfed together on the North Shore many years back. Slater had to carry Williams over the reef on his back to get his friend to shore that day. Williams related to Slater yesterday that it took nearly nine... Read more
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The Atmore Advance
Shipp’s ready for the rodeo this weekstructures off of Alabama. We’ve got more than 15,000 artificial reefs that hav
The Atmore Advance / Posted 4 days ago
structures off of Alabama. We’ve got more than 15,000 artificial reefs that have totally changed the ecosystem and built up the reef fish fishery. That’s due in part because of the rodeo support and the information gathered at the rodeo.” As part... Read more
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First Coast News
Underwater statue damaged by hurricane, now re-positionedI told Joe, 'We've got to come back down and fix this.' And Joe was on it!" So
First Coast News / Posted 4 days ago
I told Joe, 'We've got to come back down and fix this.' And Joe was on it!" So, this past weekend, the same team went to the reef with the goal of placing the statue upright and move it to a stable spot using a harness and other equipment. "We... Read more
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The Mercury News
‘Shark geek’ explains why sharks feed people’s darkest fears and imaginationshe said. “I do some role playing where I take on the guise of a South Pacific I
The Mercury News / Posted 4 days ago
he said. “I do some role playing where I take on the guise of a South Pacific Islander calling for the shark to come into the reef and I end it with a surprise twist, and finally I bring tons of stuff people can touch, examine and really get close... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Battle for the prime beach eruptsJohnny Vassilaros, who formed the Save Vetch's Association. "It was formed wit
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 days ago
Johnny Vassilaros, who formed the Save Vetch's Association. "It was formed with one purpose only - to save the beach and the reef. And that was what it did," he told News24. READ: Another lifeline for Durban's Point development Vassilaros was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Reef fish exposed to oil make risky choices, study findsa 700-kilometre stretch of reef in far north Queensland died in 2016. There ar
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
a 700-kilometre stretch of reef in far north Queensland died in 2016. There are concerns any additional stresses placed on the reef by the proposed Adani Carmichael coal mine, and increased industrial activity at the Abbot Point port, could further... Read more
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The Times Herald
Entertainment News, Breaking Entertainment News and MoreMorton, (610) 690-2400. Open mic, Wednesday. TAVOLA RESTAURANT + BAR: 400 W. S
The Times Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Morton, (610) 690-2400. Open mic, Wednesday. TAVOLA RESTAURANT + BAR: 400 W. Sproul Road, Springfield. Quizzo, Tuesdays. THE REEF SEAFOOD AND STEAK RESTAURANT: Carpenter Plaza at the end of Meetinghouse Road, Wilmington, Del. Live blues with 4W5,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dunsborough man captures close call with whale off Exmouthcrashed onto a dinghy full of tourists. Mark Collins, 49, told WAtoday how on
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
crashed onto a dinghy full of tourists. Mark Collins, 49, told WAtoday how on the 7th of July, he took his boat out on the reef with his wife, his 12-year-old son and some friends when they saw three whales swimming around a couple of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dunsborough man captures close call with whale off Exmouthalmost crashed onto a dinghy full of tourists. Mark Collins, 49, told WAtoday
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
almost crashed onto a dinghy full of tourists. Mark Collins, 49, told WAtoday on the 7th of July he took his boat out on the reef with his wife, his 12-year-old son and some friends when they saw three whales swimming around a couple of... Read more
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The Age
Dunsborough man captures close call with whale off Exmouthalmost crashed onto a dinghy full of tourists. Mark Collins, 49, told WAtoday
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
almost crashed onto a dinghy full of tourists. Mark Collins, 49, told WAtoday on the 7th of July he took his boat out on the reef with his wife, his 12-year-old son and some friends when they saw three whales swimming around a couple of... Read more
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World Surf League
Two Tense Heats Mark a Short Day at Corona Open Jreally good the past few days so I'm stoked to get the win," Wilko said. "When
World Surf League / Posted 6 days ago
really good the past few days so I'm stoked to get the win," Wilko said. "When the tide's this high you're so close to the reef so I'm happy to finish the heat in tact and ready for Round Three. This event would be unbelievable to win. I got a... Read more
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Surfers Village
Trials winner, wildcard sent home as JBay chips into Round 2really good the past few days so I’m stoked to get the win,” Wilkinson said. “W
Surfers Village / Posted 6 days ago
really good the past few days so I’m stoked to get the win,” Wilkinson said. “When the tide’s this high you’re so close to the reef so I’m happy to finish the heat intact and ready for Round 3. This event would be unbelievable to win. I got a third... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Live near the beach? This 'eccentric' expert has dire advice for youHe has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about co
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
He has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. "The reef is in strife, and to say otherwise is bullshit," he tells me at Rivendell. "Half the place is dead already. It won't... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘It is a miracle they survived’group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have fli
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have flipped their 4.2 metre dinghy when it hit the reef, concussing one man. Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council chief executive officer Eileen Deemal-Hall said the small... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘It is a miracle they survived’group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have fli
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have flipped their 4.2 metre dinghy when it hit the reef, concussing one man. Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council chief executive officer Eileen Deemal-Hall said the small... Read more
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News.com.au
‘It is a miracle they survived’group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have fli
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have flipped their 4.2 metre dinghy when it hit the reef, concussing one man. Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council chief executive officer Eileen Deemal-Hall said the small... Read more
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Perth Now
Missing men rescued off north Queenslandgroup of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have fli
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have flipped their 4.2 metre dinghy when it hit the reef, concussing one man. Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council chief executive officer Eileen Deemal-Hall said the small... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Missing men rescued off north Queenslandgroup of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have fli
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have flipped their 4.2 metre dinghy when it hit the reef, concussing one man. Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council chief executive officer Eileen Deemal-Hall said the small... Read more
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News.com.au
Missing men rescued off north Queenslandgroup of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have fli
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
group of friends from Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community are believed to have flipped their 4.2 metre dinghy when it hit the reef, concussing one man. Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council chief executive officer Eileen Deemal-Hall said the small... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Barge of chicken cages is Georgia's newest ocean reeflisted the expected residents: “Angel fish, trigger fish, black sea bass, snapp
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 7 days ago
listed the expected residents: “Angel fish, trigger fish, black sea bass, snapper, groupers, grunts tomtates, basically the reef fish community,” she said. “Also damsel fish, sting rays, sharks, jellyfish. By building the habitat, everything... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Live near the beach? This 'eccentric' expert has dire advice for youHe has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about co
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
He has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. "The reef is in strife, and to say otherwise is bullshit," he tells me at Rivendell. "Half the place is dead already. It won't... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Live near the beach? This 'eccentric' expert has dire advice for youHe has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about co
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
He has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. "The reef is in strife, and to say otherwise is bullshit," he tells me at Rivendell. "Half the place is dead already. It won't... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Stop Right Now And Watch “Chasing Coral” To Understand What We’ve Done To The Oceanof warming oceans, the Great Barrier Reef suffered the biggest die-off of coral
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 8 days ago
of warming oceans, the Great Barrier Reef suffered the biggest die-off of corals ever recorded. In one 400-mile section of the reef, an average of 67% of coral died. Similar die-offs are happening around the world. The film follows coral... Read more
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Surfers Village
Travel Stories: Paige Hareb's learning curve at Lakey Peakout a good deal with the local boatman ‘grommet’ to save our energy for surfing
Surfers Village / Posted 8 days ago
out a good deal with the local boatman ‘grommet’ to save our energy for surfing instead of paddling half a km out across the reef to the break Lakey Peak and back every surf. Unfortunately we learnt the hard way even though every morning when we... Read more
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Business Standard India
Australia may fund Adani Enterprises' $4 billion Carmichael coal minecoal-producing region. Adani, a business group with interests in power and por
Business Standard India / Posted 9 days ago
coal-producing region. Adani, a business group with interests in power and ports, has said the project would not threaten the reef. Of the $4 billion required for the first phase, Adani will have to raise about $2.5 billion in debt, the company... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Two rescued after new boat runs aground on Black Jack Rocksinitial trip from Orford. Inspector Lee Renshaw said it took water police abou
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
initial trip from Orford. Inspector Lee Renshaw said it took water police about an hour to actually locate the boat on the reef. "One of my staff then got off the police vessel onto the reef, managed to get both parties off the boat onto the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Australia in final stages of mulling loan for Adani Enterprisescoal-producing region. Adani, a business group with interests in power and por
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
coal-producing region. Adani, a business group with interests in power and ports, has said the project would not threaten the reef. Of the $4 billion required for the first phase, Adani will have to raise about $2.5 billion in debt, the company... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap: Bite hot near Steamer Lane, but don’t go therefor keeping his cool. Of course, the shark is probably there because fishing i
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
for keeping his cool. Of course, the shark is probably there because fishing in that location is very good right now. The reef in front of Steamer Lane is holding lots of rockfish with bigger lingcod lurking along the rocky bottom. Reefs all... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap: Bite hot near Steamer Lane, but don’t go therefor keeping his cool. Of course, the shark is probably there because fishing i
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 9 days ago
for keeping his cool. Of course, the shark is probably there because fishing in that location is very good right now. The reef in front of Steamer Lane is holding lots of rockfish with bigger lingcod lurking along the rocky bottom. Reefs all... Read more
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Daily Press
Fishing Report: James River producing good catches of croakercaught. Back River Reef: Spanish mackerel can be caught by trolling spoons in
Daily Press / Posted 9 days ago
caught. Back River Reef: Spanish mackerel can be caught by trolling spoons in the area. Flounder are being caught around the reef. Croaker and sea mullet are also available. Buckroe Pier: Cobia are still a possibility. Recent catches include... Read more
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New York Post
Expert: Civilization is ‘f–ked’ without the Great Barrier Reefsomething out of an apocalyptic drama, but it’s a reality for the world’s ocean
New York Post / Posted 9 days ago
something out of an apocalyptic drama, but it’s a reality for the world’s oceans, where rising temperatures are killing off the reef ecosystem at an alarming rate. “Chasing Coral,” out Friday on Netflix and at the IFC Center in New York, uses... Read more
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The Age
Charlie Veron: The dire environmental prognosis we cannot ignoreHe has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about co
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
He has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. "The reef is in strife, and to say otherwise is bullshit," he tells me at Rivendell. "Half the place is dead already. It won't... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Charlie Veron: The dire environmental prognosis we cannot ignoreHe has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about co
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
He has of late become the go-to guy for anyone seeking a frank opinion about coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. "The reef is in strife, and to say otherwise is bullshit," he tells me at Rivendell. "Half the place is dead already. It won't... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Photos show 'striking' damage to Great Barrier Reef after Cyclone Debbiehave said. Angus Thompson, from the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AI
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
have said. Angus Thompson, from the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), said the damage was striking. "Some of the reefs have had a substantial loss of coral cover — in excess of 95 per cent of the coral gone," he said. Mr Thompson... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Winner, loserhad specifically awarded sovereign rights to the Philippines over Panganiban, w
Pilipino Star / Posted 10 days ago
had specifically awarded sovereign rights to the Philippines over Panganiban, where China began setting up huts in 1993. The reef is now one of China’s artificial islands in the Spratlys. President Duterte has been defending his pivot to China... Read more
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World Surf League
John John's Cause for Concern?2013, in what was probably the most unlikely encounter, Dale found himself faci
World Surf League / Posted 10 days ago
2013, in what was probably the most unlikely encounter, Dale found himself facing off with the Hawaiian surfer at the Reef Hawaiian Pro in Haleiwa. It was Round Three, and the minutes were ticking down, when a good wave arrived. In a tense... Read more
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EuroNews
Florida underwater festival aims to promote reef preservationMusic Festival is a way to celebrate the coral reef and we celebrate it by look
EuroNews / Posted 10 days ago
Music Festival is a way to celebrate the coral reef and we celebrate it by looking for a balance between protection of the reef and public enjoyment.” “We have a captive audience down there,” he continued. “We have divers and snorkelers... Read more
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