I stumbled across Wildlife Sense by chance and spontaneously applied for 4 weeks of the programme in hope of doing something different. It was all I had hoped for and more. I had never imagined I would be working in sea turtle conservation. The core team are extremely passionate about the programme and each one of them has taught me something new. The journey from egg to turtle is not an easy one and there are so many obstacles. It’s been rewarding to help them overcome some of these obstacles. I have met so many amazing people during my stay. It’s been unforgettable.

Thank you xxx

Kristina Rimhute
Kristina Rimhute, June 2021
Kristina Rimhute

I had an incredible one month stay with Wildlife Sense. I loved being very close to the turtles in the harbour and when I saw them swimming it was impressive. I didn’t know there were so many turtles in Greece, before coming I thought I will see around 10 turtles every week. Finally, I have seen more than 10 in less than one hour on the bridge in Argostoli! I also really liked using my drone in the lagoon to find turtles, I had never seen any turtles with the drone before!

My favourite shift is the morning survey even if I had to wake up early because every day is different, and we never know which type of track we are going to find. During like 4 weeks I had 20 morning surveys, 12 from the last two weeks (the most because of my 2 days off). That’s why I didn’t sleep a lot and I realised I was always in a good shape. So back home I will have more time in the day because of my new sleep schedule.

On my days off I went to Zante, and I also visited some areas of the island with a quad bike like Melissani caves, Sami, Lixouri, some nice sandy beaches, and we took the ferry to come back to Argostoli. I also spent some time with the other volunteers in Lixouri. In just 4 weeks I met many people with different origins, it was very interesting. The atmosphere in the villa is great, everyone is friendly (volunteers and leaders). I also improved my English a lot for my first stay alone abroad especially in understanding different accents. I always did my best and I hope to have been at the requested level even if my English is poor. I will never forget this stay and all the people I met.

I am sure I will come back again to see the 2nd season with the turtle hatchlings!

Thank you, everyone,


Martin Viallo
Martin Viallo, June/July 2021
Martin Viallo

As always, my stay here working with Wildlife Sense team has been sensational and I have loved every second. It has been so incredible to learn from Chanel and all of the fantastic FL’s and FA’s. Their passion is so infectious and everyone has been incredibly welcoming and accommodating. Working in conservation is definitely a future goal of mine and being able to experience how everyone’s hard work in nesting season pays off during hatching season has been remarkable.

My favourite moment was watching a female lay her nest on the beach and watching the hatchlings take their first breath in the water. I have enjoyed every single moment and am already looking forward to (hopefully) returning next year.

Thank you, Chanel, Nikos, Poppy, Fi, Josh, Jodi, Caitlin, Kira, Jonny, Tyler, Sophie and Sian

Annabel Bradley
Annabel Bradley, July / August 2021
Annabel Bradley

As a soon to be conservation biologist, my time in Wildlife Sense was one of the most important projects I’ve had the luck to be a part of so far. Leaving now I am definitely feeling that I want to stay here for longer.

I would (and will) recommend Wildlife Sense to anyone that has a passion in the field of conservation. Getting to participate in such a great variety of sea turtle conservation projects was a unique opportunity. Leaving the programme, I have, for sure, gained much knowledge and experience I didn’t have before and am sure will help me in the future. The project also pushed me out of my comfort zone by encouraging the communication of the subject with tourists, experts etc.

Apart from learning cool turtle stuff, I think that the project exposes you to a great number of interesting new people. It was my pleasure meeting, talking and learning from everyone. At the same time, I got to make some new incredible friendships.

In conclusion, WS is an incredible opportunity for gaining knowledge, fieldwork experience, and interacting with many people that have a genuine love for turtles. Whether it was the conservation of turtles, or seeing new hatchlings make it to sea, this experience was absolutely worth it.

I want to say a big thank you to Nikos, Chanel, Poppy, Fi, Josh, Jonny, Sian, Tyler, Kira – sorry if I missed someone, your work guys is incredible and I really wish you keep it up no matter the difficulties. I hope I see you again soon.


Michalis Pournaras
Michalis Pournaras, August 2021
Michalis Pournaras

After reaching the end of my 4 weeks at Wildlife Sense, all I can say is wow! To sum it all up. I don’t think any words or pictures do enough to sum up the project and whole experience, with so many opportunities that I have been given over the course of my time here (even the large quantities of sunset and sunrise photos and hatchlings photos that have taken over my camera roll). From hatchling turtles to helping seal pups, my knowledge and understanding has grown from the day I arrived and being introduced to ‘Teddy’ within the 10 mins of arriving. It has been unreal!

Not only has my knowledge of turtles grown but also the project has given me so much confidence in myself, which is all thanks to the whole team working at Wildlife Sense to make it feel like one big family who I will miss so much. Adjusting back into my normal life back home will be so hard due to this and be so strange not having to wake up at 6am to cycle and walk along the beaches and see so many amazing people every day. I’m counting down the days till I come back and it can’t come soon enough.

My time here wouldn’t have been the same if not possible without the team at Wildlife Sense. So thank you so so much Chanel, Nikos, Annya, Sophie, Sian, Jonny, Tyler and Leah. I appreciate everything you have done for me and the turtles of Kefalonia, it has been such a rewarding experience. You only seem to hear about the bad things in the world, but these people are one in a million showing and sharing the wonders of nature and fighting to help these amazing creatures on a daily basis. The feeling is so uplifting and inspiring to know that I was able to be a part of the team for a month.

I never thought that I would be capable of doing some of the things I’ve done, so thank you! Words cannot say enough so hopefully, I will be back as soon as possible. So goodbye for now and see you soon!

Amelie xx

Amelie Lawton
Amelie Lawton, September / October 2021
Amelie Lawton

I would like to thank all of the staff at Wildlife Sense for this fantastic opportunity I have undertaken for the past 6 weeks.

The commitment that is shown to the sea turtle conservation project has enabled me to gain an excellent understanding of the importance of sea turtles, and their interactions with their natural ecosystem, and the need for conservation. I have thoroughly enjoyed every shift in particular; harbour, tagging events, and then successful completion of hatchling rescue, to keep and maintain a healthy and stable population.

I am already looking forward to returning next year and helping to continue with the hard work of conserving the sea turtles.

Johnny Odonnell
Jonny O’Donnell, September 2020
Johnny Odonnell

My time at Wildlife Sense has been amazing. I was originally only meant to volunteer for 2 weeks but because of the pivotal work and fantastic team, I decided to stay longer.

My favourite shift is the light pollution survey. There is something magical about being on a beach during the night, knowing that the research you are conducting will assist in the conservation of this wonderful animal.

My time at Wildlife Sense has really been a journey of education and made even better by friendships.

Thanks, Wildlife Sense!

Tom Dalton
Tom Dalton, October 2020
Tom Dalton

I can’t believe 4 weeks is over and I’m having to leave Lixouri and my hatchling dreams and return to the UK. So much has happened, I’ve seen so much and I am so grateful to have been part of such an amazing project.

I have met so many incredible people, made some forever friends, and to be able to work with you all has been so much fun. I will never forget my time here and I really hope to be back as soon as possible.

I have loved being able to watch the sunrise over the cliffs whilst looking for hatchling trails on morning shifts, and sleeping on the beaches whilst watching shooting stars and meteor showers on hatchling rescue shifts. I won’t be able to recreate anything as special as this experience.

There are so many things from this trip I am going to miss and will always hold close to my heart: the beautiful beaches, the incredible people I have met, jamming to Harry’s playlist in the kitchen, Disney and chocolate nights with Sarah and of course the baby turtles!

I am going home knowing I have helped so many hatchlings have the best possible start they can to life, having helped an organisation whose values I truly admire in a field I would love to work in one day! A special thank you to Vatsa as well for showing me I can bike up hills!

Thank you for letting me be part of such a great team. There has been so much laughter through the past month and so many memories made.

Kirsty Bryans
Kirsty Bryans, August 2019
Kirsty Bryans

As a biochemistry and political science major, a lot of people have asked me how I ended up here. Honestly, I was looking for conservation volunteer projects and chose this on a whim. Looking back, I’ve never been happier to take a leap of faith.

In the past two weeks, I’ve learned more than I imagined, gained new friends from across the globe, and enjoyed every second of how beautiful Kefalonia and its turtles are.

I think the most memorable day here must have been when I and my team member, David, spotted an entangled turtle from the bridge we could see it was wrapped around his neck and front flipper, preventing him from swimming well. We called it in, kept eyes on him while we waited, and helped perform the disentanglement and health check before letting him go. Nothing felt more rewarding than watching him swim away unrestrained. Even though it was just one turtle, or the nests just seem like one nest, it feels like you’re saving the species one step at a time.

Wildlife Sense gave me a once in a lifetime opportunity with people and memories I will never forget. If I could stay I certainly would, but I cannot wait to take everything I learned here home to see who and what I can help there.

To anyone considering coming I would say do it without thinking. You’ll have the time of your life and you’ll want to come back before you’ve left.

Kate Morton
Kate Morton, Duke University, June 2018
Kate Morton

After finishing University I wanted to spend my summer doing something fun and enjoyable that also gave me some conservation experience. Volunteering with Wildlife Sense represented the perfect opportunity to do this and I loved every minute I spent on the island of Kefalonia. Learning about turtle tracks in the sand to locate nests, as well as turtle interactions at the harbour was an amazing experience and it was great to participate in so much fieldwork. I will never forget being woken up by the sound of hatchlings on a boxing shift at the beach at 3 am in the morning and the feeling of satisfaction as I watched them crawl down the trench and reach the sea safely. One of my highlights was finding a nest on morning survey and helping to relocate the eggs to a new, safer location further from the sea. I even enjoyed the early morning cycle rides and a trip to the local bakery for a spinach pie or chocolate brownie was always a great reward after the exercise. I would recommend this experience to everyone, what better way to spend your summer than being active and helping to protect turtles in the beautiful sunshine?

Alice Bucker
Alice Bucker, August 2014
Alice Bucker

I am a French MSc student in Marine Biology and I came to Kefalonia last summer to carry out a voluntary internship on sea turtles conservation. I was seeking a new experience as part of my courses and I lived an awesome month in the Wildlife Sense team. I already had some knowledge about sea turtle thanks to my studies that I could observe in the field thanks to my work as a volunteer. I also have had the chance to improve my knowledge by working on light pollution impacts on adults and hatchlings sea turtles, which was a very interesting topic. More, I met a lot of wonderful people with who I spent 4 amazing weeks. I wish everyone to live such an experience! I hope to have the opportunity to go back to Kefalonia next summer and work again to protect these fascinating animals.

Coralie Bernardet, MSc student in Oceanography and Marine Environment, Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris VI), France

Corallie Bernardet
Coralie Bernardet, June 2014
Corallie Bernardet

Hello, my name is Mila and I am an Ecology graduate from the University of East Anglia. Last year I was searching for a meaningful summer volunteering opportunity when I found out about Wildlife Sense. Their cause became extremely interesting and important to me and as an addition to my volunteering work with them, I decided to collect data for my dissertation project. Its topic was “The effect of human-caused disturbance on the nest position, clutch size, emergence success and hatching success of Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) on the island of Kefalonia, Greece.”

I spent one month during the summer of 2013 with Wildlife Sense and this turned out to be the best summer in my life so far. I enjoyed every single shift as a volunteer, especially the early morning harbour shifts during which I experienced the best encounters with grown-up sea turtles. I also met amazing people who later became my friends. Additionally, for the first time in my life I slept on the beach, not one, but 4 or 5 nights in a row, which was one of the peaks of my stay there. Our team leaders, teachers and friends Nikos and Chanel were always so cheerful, helpful, understanding, and inspirational. They taught me so many things about the turtles, beaches, ways of conserving both nests and adults, and even how to educate and spread the concern for sea turtles around natives and tourists not only in Greece but in the UK as well. I am truly impressed by their work and so happy that I had the opportunity to be part of their team. I will remember this summer as the time when I did so many things for the first time, such as seeing alive adult sea turtle, hatchlings and sea turtle nests, talking to the coast guard about illegal fishing, sleeping on the beach while monitoring nest for any new hatchlings, being part of an excavation of a nest and holding multiple hatchlings and of course camping!

Volunteering with Wildlife Sense gave me more than knowledge and an amazing experience. It gave me cause to believe in and fight for and an example that if you want something truly and deeply, you will succeed in it one day. Thank you Wildlife Sense!

Mila Garfalska
Mila Garfalska, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, September 2013
Mila Garfalska

This month has truly been the best summer of my life! I applied for this due to my interest in the ocean and conservation and I am so happy I chose Wildlife Sense. I cannot wait to come back, hopefully very soon! I might even keep cycling when I’m back home. This trip has truly changed me and I absolutely love everything I have learned. I can only hope and dream I can only do work like this in the future. Aside from the turtles, the humans here have been amazing. I absolutely adore all the leaders, FAs and FLs. Chanel and Nikos are angels!

Thank you for everything


Laura Hartshorn
Laura Hartshorn, July 2021
Laura Hartshorn

I’ve always been passionate about the environment so when I saw this programme advertised I knew it would be something I’d love. Of course, it was going to be amazing working with such beautiful animals, but I didn’t expect to enjoy it this much, and making lifelong friends in the process was a bonus! I’ll never forget my time here at Wildlife Sense and would love to thank everyone, both leaders and volunteers for making this experience unforgettable.



Jess Batson
Jess Batson, July 2021
Jess Batson

For the past 4 years I have volunteered with Wildlife Sense, and it never fails to become my favourite weeks of the year. There’s something about the strong sense of family among the team and the excitement of helping new life into the world that draws you back year after year. The commitment and passion shown by both staff and volunteers is second to none, and leaving here you feel a sense of pride knowing you really helped. Although through tough circumstances with COVID restrictions, there was never and doubt of worry regarding the project and I’m so glad I managed to get out here again.

Wildlife Sense, you have been such a special place is everyone’s heart, especially mine, and I can’t imagine not spending my summer covered in sand, cycling to beaches and helping the babies to sea.

I will forever be grateful for the happiness Wildlife Sense has given me – a big thank you to the team for all that you do!


Rebecca Davies
Rebecca Davies, August 2021
Rebecca Davies

As I come to the end of my 4 weeks at Wildlife Sense, I’m realising how much I have adored my time in Kefalonia. I came here on my own, ready to make some memories and learn about the magnificent loggerhead sea turtles. I have come away with so much more. Not only have I met some amazing, like-minded, caring people but I’ve learnt so much. I’ve learnt about turtles, beaches, the sea and myself. Not only is this project amazing for your understanding of the world but I’ve learnt about myself and seen changes in my thinking and perspective of the world.

During my time in Argostoli, I have observed mature turtles in the harbour, slept on the beach in order to help hatchlings out to sea, helped with inventories as well as carried out some nest inventories myself. I would never have thought that I would be allowed or even know enough to be able to do this, however with all the training and support from the FL’s and FA’s, I felt confident and capable.

The assistants and leaders have all been so amazing. Not only have they shared their knowledge and skills but also make you comfortable and at ease with being away and in an unfamiliar situation. Each person is given a mentor and mine has been so supportive and kind. I couldn’t have asked for any more from Jonny. He checked in with me every day, helped when I needed it, made me laugh a lot and also provided Nutella for my toast.

I cannot praise the leaders enough. Each of them has been friendly and supportive. I’ve bonded with each and I’m so grateful for their time, patience and laughter. I am also so glad to have met Chanel and Nikos. I have never met such inspiring people. The charity and programme is their whole life which can be seen. They are both so knowledgeable and happy to chat, discuss and answer questions. Listening to Chanel’s turtle talk was one of my favourite training sessions. The facts she shares also came in handy when speaking to tourists at the harbour. This has been a really cool part of the harbour shifts. Sharing information, teaching people about the turtles and promoting Wildlife Sense.

I don’t want this experience to end. I will always remember the amazing things I’ve been allowed to do here and will hopefully be able to come back and redo it all again soon.

I cannot recommend this project enough. From the experience, activities and people. I wouldn’t change a thing. 5 stars, 10/10!

Thank you so much Nikos, Chanel, Annya, Sophie, Jonny, Sian, Tyler and Leah

Lucy Head
Lucy Head, September / October 2021
Lucy Head

I am not the most talented writer so this will be short. I am leaving Kefalonia soon and one thing I have said through my time here, to various people is: “In terms of my mental state, this is the healthiest I have felt in almost 4 years.”

Wildlife Sense does a fantastic job and I am so happy to have been a part of making this beautiful island somewhat safer for the turtle population.

I have had so many experiences I will cherish for the rest of my life. Such as: Holding a large turtle whilst my colleagues took measurements and carried out health checks, standing on a luscious beach trying to spot a seal that had lost its pup, as well as waking up at 1 am to help hundreds of baby turtle hatchlings make their way to sea to begin a long and amazing journey.

If you ever begin to doubt the decision you’ve made to venture to this wonderful villa, all I can say is walk down to Minies beach on a nice evening (yes, they do have stormy ones), sit on the sand and watch the sunset between the small gap in the rocks. You will not be disappointed.

Thank you to all the staff that made sure to put all the volunteers first. You are all the loveliest people I have ever met and I aspire to be as kind as you.

Words cannot describe how I am feeling, no one should miss out on this.

Goodbye and hopefully see you again soon.


Harry Dixon
Harry Dixon, September / October 2021
Harry Dixon

My time here has been more incredible than I would’ve imagined! I have had many ‘firsts’ since being here and feel extremely lucky for all the memories. The leaders and other volunteers made me very comfortable and welcome which makes it even harder to leave.

We have enjoyed all aspects of working with Wildlife Sense and hope to go on similar projects in the future. This was my first time abroad flying ‘solo’, but I couldn’t have hoped for a better experience. Getting so close to hatchlings and turtles still feels surreal. I know I have many jealous friends at home! So perhaps some recruits for you next year. I will also miss the complementary fur babies <3 Love, Pip x

Pippa Turpin
Pippa Turpin, August 2020
Pippa Turpin

I have never enjoyed anything so much in my life. Working with the loggerhead turtles has been amazing and has taught me so much about them and how it also taught me to be a better tourist when visiting these places.

The shift patterns were very good and the hours as well making it not overwhelming in the heat! Everyone is lovely and it makes the journey a lot easier if you were originally nervous.

My highlight of the holiday was swimming a hatchling out to sea and watching it swim into the distance knowing you helped it!

I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone! I will definitely be recommending Wildlife Sense to my university and hopefully, you’ll get a lot more volunteers to help with the endless amounts of jobs you have to do!

Abbie Smith
Abbie Smith, September 2019
Abbie Smith

I signed up to Wildlife Sense on a whim after seeing volunteers on a past holiday; every day that I have spent here has made me more and more glad that I joined team Lixouri. Choosing a highlight is way too tricky, we’ve managed to see everything from hatchlings and adult females at night to inventories and tagging events. With each day I have seen and learned something new and this wouldn’t have been possible without the help and patience of Harry, Izi and Josh!

Not only have I had an amazing time working with turtles, but I’ve also met some wonderful people and explored beautiful Kefalonia. From ‘cliff diving’ near Assos to being rescued on a group paddling boarding trip. A lot of laughs have been had. I can’t wait to hear how the rest of the season goes and how successful the nests we found on morning surveys were!

As sad as I am to leave, I know I’ll be back one day (the 5am starts and Vatsa cycles aren’t enough to keep me away!)

Olivia Wiggins
OlivIa Wiggins, July 2018
Olivia Wiggins

As a medicine student at the University of Leeds, I knew nothing about turtle conservation and decided to do the project as a way to meet new people. However, I feel I gained so much more from the project.

The island and beaches we get to work on are stunning and with lots of sunny days made the project so enjoyable. The people are also fantastic. However, I was surprised by how much I used the conservation part of the project. Digging for nests was really exciting and felt really worthwhile. Not many things would get me up at 5 am! I also loved the harbour shifts and seeing turtles up close. It was also really nice to chat with tourists about the turtles this felt really worthwhile.

My most memorable experience was when I was able to do a nest relocation. This was when a turtle made a nest of a beach a 40-minute car ride away from the beaches we normally work on. The beach was stunning. It was an amazing opportunity to take the eggs our of the nest one by one, move them across the island and build a new nest. It felt very worthwhile and was definitely my favourite part of the project.

I’ve really loved the project. The people are amazing and I’m already planning trips to visit people. Two weeks went by in a blur and I feel like I’ve learnt so much. It’s made me realise how much I enjoy conservation and I have a newfound love of turtles. I would love to come back again or do a similar project, I’ve had a cracking time.

THANK YOU! – Just gutted I can’t see all the hatchlings get to the sea safely

Jess Dudley
Jess Dudley, University of Leeds, June 2018
Jess Dudley

In August 2014 I travelled from the cold north (Norway) and arrived in sunny Kefalonia. I had just finished my master’s degree in a genetic study of a northern/arctic plant group. I wanted to try something different and a friend told me of the possibility of volunteering for turtle conservation. I have always been very fascinated by marine biology and I thought it would be a great experience to work with animals.

With Wildlife Sense in Kefalonia I learned a lot about both turtles and conservation. It felt amazing to be part of a project that really means something and work in a team with other volunteers. Lastly, it was wonderful to experience these turtles in their natural habitat, which is the beautiful Greek beaches.

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Marie Brandrud, Norway, August 2014
Sea Turtles Testimonials Default Photo

I first travelled to Kefalonia after finishing my University degree, and I was more than ready for a break from textbooks and lectures. I have always been interested in conservation but had never before worked in the field and couldn’t wait to experience what the Wildlife Sense project had to offer. The first thing I noticed arriving on the project was the fantastically warm welcome I was given, and I immediately felt like part of the team. One of my favourite parts of the project was answering questions from interested tourists at the harbour on loggerhead turtles and being able to share with them all of the knowledge I had been taught. Meeting so many like-minded people from all over the world was definitely a highlight of my time on the project, and I have shared once-in-a-lifetime experiences with many new friends. Working with the project leaders and volunteers I feel lucky to have seen and participated in such active conservation with real hands-on experience, rather than learning about it from books. I had such an amazing time volunteering with Wildlife Sense I decided to return at the end of the season. I really enjoyed seeing the project full circle, starting off with finding and locating nests and finishing with calculating the success of nests after they had hatched. From finding tracks of a nesting turtle and watching the sunrise on the beach during morning surveys, to see hatchlings make it safely to sea and helping out with turtle rescues, volunteering with Wildlife Sense has definitely been the best thing I have ever done.

If you’re looking for exciting hands-on conservation experience, to be part of a great team and make lifelong friends, and all set in a beautiful environment, this is the project for you! I know I’m counting down the days until I head back out to Kefalonia to have another turtle-y awesome time.

Emily Roebuck
Emily Roebuck, University of Liverpool, UK, June and September 2014
Emily Roebuck

I came to volunteer with Wildlife sense from Canada. I am passionate about animal welfare and the environment, and love to travel and learn about different cultures, which is what made me decide to volunteer with Wildlife Sense. Going down to Kefalonia, I didn’t have any prior knowledge of sea turtles or marine wildlife. Wildlife Sense taught everyone everything I needed to know, plus some more. We got so much hands-on experience, and in our spare time we went on an amazing tour of the island (which is truly breathtaking), were able to visit all the beaches, try all the food, and shop at the markets. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity that I am so grateful for, and if I ever get the chance, I will be back!

Dana Colba
Dana Kolba, Canada, June 2013
Dana Colba

Working with wild sea turtles in Greece is an amazing experience that I will never forget. I went to Greece because I wanted more experience in marine field research and volunteering with Wildlife Sense has given me so much more.

I spent a month working with sea turtles in Greece two summers ago and it was one of the best decisions I have made. I heard about Wildlife Sense though my Uni and I booked on for a month, not knowing anyone and not sure what to expect. As soon as I got there everyone was really welcoming. There was always someone around to help out if you had any questions about anything and everything- and I had a lot! I have made friends from all over the world.

Observing turtle behavior in the harbor was really interesting. Not only were you able to watch the turtles feed and interact, it gave you the opportunity to talk to tourists and locals about turtles. From little kids to adults, everyone was interested in what we were doing and genuinely wanted to help. We also conducted beach patrols to look for and identify nests. Sometimes the nests are dangerously close to the sea or were laid under sunbeds and have to be relocated. The likelihood of turtle eggs reaching maturity is very slim so being able to give them the best chance possible is something I will never forget. Overall, Wildlife Sense was a brilliant opportunity that has taught me so much. Everyone I know who has been there loved it and couldn’t wait to go back. Thank you Nikos and Chanel for a brilliant time!

Emma Eteen
Emma Eteen, University of East Anglia, UK, June / July 2013
Emma Eteen


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