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All Inclusive Rwanda Rear Primates Wildlife Safari - 14 days

All-Inclusive Rwanda Rear Primates Wildlife Safari - 14 days

This carefully crafted all-inclusive 14-day Rwanda rear primates and wildlife safari goes to Akagera National Park for BIG 5 wildlife safari experiences where we look for lions, elephants, giraffes, hippos, buffaloes, crocodiles before driving south to Nyungwe National Park for some of the rarest primates on earth. We shall also track the chimps, golden monkeys, and colobus monkeys among other primates. In Volcanoes National Park we track the endangered mountain gorillas and have an optional volcano hike before driving back to Kigali. 

  • Day 1: Meet with your safari guide at Kigali Airport, and transfer to the hotel for overnight. 
  • Day 2: Drive from Kigali to Akagera National Park - Game Drive looking for the Big 5 (about 2 hours)
  • Day 3: Akagera National Park - Kigali
  • Day 4: Akagera National Park - Kigali
  • Day 5: Road transfer from Akagera to  Nyungwe National Park (about 6 hours)
  • Day 6: Nyungwe Forest National Park | Chimpanzee Trekking 
  • Day 7: Colobus Monkeys Trails of Nyungwe 
  • Day 8: More monkey tracking and guided walks in Nyungwe and the neighborhood
  • Day 9: Transfer to Lake Kivu
  • Day 10: Volcanoes National Park
  • Day 11: Volcanoes National Park - Gorilla Trekking
  • Day 12: Golden Monkey Tracking
  • Day 13: Either hike Bisoke volcano, Explore the Musanze Caves, or visit the Cultural Village
  • Day 14: Drive back to Kigali Airport for departure.

Primate Tracking in Rwanda

Rwanda is renowned for its gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park, but the country is also home to chimpanzees as well a host of monkeys – colobus,  golden, L’Hoest’s, owl-faced, Dent’s, blue and vervet – alongside olive baboons as well as the nocturnal potto and bush babies.

Chimpanzees are found in the Nyungwe National Park as well as in smaller numbers in the Gishwati Forest. Sociable creatures, chimpanzees live in extended communities and move around every day, foraging for food or occasionally hunting smaller mammals. They build fresh nests in the trees each night.

It is common to hear the chimpanzees before seeing them, with their vocalizations reverberating through the forest as they call each other in a sort of bonding ritual.

Tracking starts early, at 5.30 am, and can last anything from an hour to several hours depending on where the chimps are – visitors spend a maximum of one hour with them once they are found.

The terrain can be steep, slippery, and muddy, passing through thick vegetation. Suitable footwear is essential, as well as a certain level of fitness. Permits can be booked online, at an RDB office, or via a tour operator.

Golden monkeys are found in Volcanoes National Park as well as Gishwati Forest. In the former, there are two groups that can be tracked, one on the slopes of Mount Karisimbi and the other in the bamboo forest on Mount Sabyinyo. This is also a standalone excursion, departing from the Kinigi headquarters once each day.

All-Inclusive Rwanda Rear Primates and Wildlife Safari - 14 days

Day 1: Arrival at Kigali Airport, transfer to a hotel for overnight.

On your arrival at Kigali International Airport meet and greet with your guide after a briefing about your tour, and drive to your hotel for check-in and overnight.

Accommodation options available (no meals included today)

Upmarket: Serena Kigali Hotel

Mid-range: Hotel Chez Lando, Kigali

Lower Budget: Five to Five Hotel Kigali

Meals included: No meals included today. 

Day 2: Kigali City Tour, transfer to Akagera National Park

Afterward, depending on your arrival time, your guide will take you for a city tour which includes among others the Gisozi genocide memorial site. This takes you 4 hours, here you learn and comprehend the history of genocide in Rwanda and other countries of the world.

Thereafter, we proceed with our drive to Akagera National Park. We traverse some of the most beautiful landscapes you can find in Africa. When we arrive in Akagera National Park, we shall proceed to your pre-booked lodge for lunch. Afterward, your guide will pick up a local park guide for a game drive in the park, searching the thickets and bushes for the common resident BIG 5 wildlife -  elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, zebras, hippos, crocodiles, and many more like Antelopes. 

Accommodation options available in Akagera National Park

Upmarket: Ruzizi Tented Lodge

Mid-range: Akagera Game Lodge

Lower Budget: Akagera Rhino Lodge

Meals included: All meals are included today.

Day 3: Akagera National Park - Game Drives

On the game drive in Akagera National Park today you should expect to encounter more Big 5 wildlife because we shall be accompanied by a local ranger/ guide of the park. Our main focus area is the southern tracks alongside the Lake Ihema circuit where plenty of animals can be seen, including elephants, Masai giraffes, buffaloes, zebras, hippos, Nile crocodiles, and also many other mammal species. This game drive will also enable you to view the gentle hills blending beautifully with lowland swamps and water bodies.

In the evening, you can relax at the lodge poolside, or take evening walks around the hotel where you can see various bird species or participate in the day-to-day local pastoral lifestyle.

Accommodation options:

Upmarket: Ruzizi Tented Lodge

Mid-range: Akagera Game Lodge

Lower Budget: Akagera Rhino Lodge

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 4: Game Drive in Akagera National Park, Lake Ihema Boat Trip

Early in the morning, we shall have another game drive along the Northern circuit letting you enjoy more diverse habitats and the wildlife you could missed out on the previous days.

Later, you shall be taken on a boat trip along the showers of Lake Ihema. The lake is famous for the thousands of hippos, crocodiles, and other wildlife that come to quench their thirst during the hotter hours of the day. There are also many water bird species and with luck, you could encounter the legendary shoebill storks that are resident in the mashy swamps of Akagera National Park. Many tourists have encountered the shoebill stork at Lake Ihema in Akagera National Park with less or no struggle at all.

Accommodation options:

Upmarket: Ruzizi Tented Lodge

Mid-range: Akagera Game Lodge

Lower Budget: Akagera Rhino Lodge

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 5: Transfer from Akagera National Park to Nyungwe National Park

Transfer by road to Nyungwe National Park Along the way, make stops at places of interest including local markets, and the traditional palace of Rwanda’s former King in Nyanza.

Drive past green fields of tea scattered across the hillsides and the small wooden houses unique to the areas surrounding Nyungwe Forest.

Accommodation options available (all on a full board basis)

Upmarket: Nyungwe Top View Hill Lodge or request an upgrade to One & Only Nyungwe House

Mid-range: Nyungwe Top View Hill Lodge

Lower Budget: Gisakura Guesthouse

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 6: Nyungwe Forest National Park | Chimpanzee Trekking 

Have breakfast and enter Nyungwe Forest in search of 13 primate species and over 300 bird species, making it a bird watcher's paradise!

Nyungwe Forest is one of the destinations in the world where you can see up to 13 primates species; these include chimpanzees, the blue monkeys, L'Hoest's monkeys, endangered golden monkeys, and the Angolan black and white colobus monkeys among others. Nyungwe forest has huge concentrations of habituated primates whose troops can include 400 to 500 individuals! This is a unique tourism phenomenon.

Nyungwe forest is a nature lover’s paradise.  The only remaining mountain rainforest in East and Central Africa, Nyungwe boasts 260 species of trees and shrubs, over 200 species of orchids and giant lobelias, 275 Species of birds of which 25 are endemic, colorful butterflies, and 13 recorded species of primates (25% of Africa’s total) including the chimpanzees.

The forest is ideal for walks with beautiful waterfalls cascading in this serene environment.

Accommodation options available (all on a full board basis)

Upmarket: Nyungwe Top View Hill Lodge or request an upgrade to One & Only Nyungwe House

Mid-range: Nyungwe Top View Hill Lodge

Lower Budget: Gisakura Guesthouse

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 7: Canopy Walk in Nyungwe National Park 

This morning we shall return to Nyungwe National Park to experience the primates in unique way, the canopy walk. The canopy goes over the forest canopies, about 50m above and as you walk along, you encounter the primates that primarily spend most of their time there. Its length is about 160 meters commencing from the Uwink Park offices. Typically, you should encounter various colobus monkey species, Vervet monkeys, baboons, L'Hoersts Monkeys, and grey-cheeked monkeys, and many forests canopy bird species.

Day 8: Waterfall Trail of Nyungwe 

Several exciting trails have been cut inside Nyungwe National Park to allow visitors have more intimate experiences with primates. This morning, we shall be guided by the park ranger along the Waterfall trail of Nyungwe. The walk should reward you with sights of more primates other than the commonly known 13 species including chimpanzees, mona monkeys, Angolan colobus, and owl-faced monkeys.

Accommodation options available (all on a full board basis)

Upmarket: Nyungwe Top View Hill Lodge or request an upgrade to One & Only Nyungwe House

Mid-range: Nyungwe Top View Hill Lodge

Lower Budget: Gisakura Guesthouse

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Accommodation options available (all on a full board basis)

Day 9: Bugarama Hot Springs, Transfer from Nyungwe Lake Kivu 

Bugarama Hot Springs are located approximately 45 kilometers from Nyungwe National Park. Visitors can have a dip / swim in the heated waters. Afterwards, we drive to Lake Kivu. En route you will pass through the green fields of tea plantations before exploring the shorelines of Lake Kivu. Kibuye town is the most beautiful resort of the three towns on Lake Kivu. 

Accommodation options available (all on full board basis)

Upmarket: Serena Lake Kivu Hotel

Moderate: Paradise Malahide.

Low Budget: Paradise Malahide.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 10: Lake Kivu  -  Boat Trip, Transfer to Volcanoes National Park

During the midmorning, you shall enjoy getting out on the water on this boat trip here in Lake Kivu.

Later on, we shall proceed to Ruhengeri. This area has the most famous National Park in Rwanda, Volcanoes National Park. It is home to over a third of the world's remaining mountain gorillas. 

Accommodation options available (all on full board basis)

Up-market: Mountain Gorilla View Lodge 

Moderate: Gorilla Solution Lodge

Low Budget:  Hotel Muhabura

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 11: Volcanoes National Park - Gorilla Trekking

Have breakfast and go to ORTPN offices for briefing after that set off in the forest for gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park.

A thrilling trek through the refined foothills of the Virungas provides inspiring views in all directions. Then, suddenly, the trail enters the national park, engrossing trekkers in the strange closeness of the rainforest, alive with the calls of colorful birds and chattering of the rare golden monkey, and besieged with fresh spoor of the mountains' elusive populations of buffalo and elephant.

Through gaps in the forest canopy, the marvelous peaks are sighted, easily easy to get to, and among the uppermost in Africa, indicating an ascent. Gorilla trekking is quite strenuous but worthwhile in the encounter of these gentle giants. The enthusiasm of your coming across these apes will wipe away your intricacy of the strenuous trek.

Spend time watching gorillas, watch the adults feeding their young ones, brushing and resting as the youngsters play from vines in a pleasurably playful display.

Accommodation options available (all on a full board basis)

Up-market: Mountain Gorilla View Lodge | Five Volcanoes Lodge

Moderate: Gorilla Solution Lodge

Low Budget:  Hotel Muhabura

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 12: Volcanoes National Park -  Golden Monkey Trekking 

This day is set out for Golden Monkey tracking in the Volcanoes National Park. Entering dense stands of bamboo interspersed with open glades; you will make your way deep into golden monkey territory. Guides lead visitors to the habitat of groups of „habituated‟ golden monkeys – monkeys that have become accustomed to human presence. Though viewing is kept to a maximum of one hour, travelers can get an up-close look at the golden monkey in its natural habitat.

Adult monkeys frolic in plain view, feeding on bamboo leaves and leaping from perch to perch. Females carry their young, completely comfortable among onlookers. 

Day 13: Hiking Bisoke or Cultural Village Tour or Musanze Cave Walk

Hiking mountain Visoke/Bisoke takes 1-2 hours up and 1 hour down depending on your fitness. The guided day hike up Mount Bisoke passes through high-altitude forest and moorland before arriving at a beautiful crater lake at the 3,711m summit.

Visit, Iby'Iwacu Cultural Village

Iby’Iwacu village is located around Parc National des Volcans in Nyabigoma, Kinigi, Musanze district, Northern Province- have a visit to Iby’Iwacu to share with local people home and heritage treasures including lifestyles, activities, artifacts, and ways of living of local people. Iby’Iwacu Cultural Village is committed to showcasing the ways of living, traditional lifestyles, and dances to tourists

Musanze Caves

Musanze caves are cold and quiet inside with water streams slowly flowing out of the rock ceiling to the rock walls and to holes underneath the cave floor.  Exploring caves usually takes one hour to two hours. Caves are made up of complex and numerous tunnels which are homes to bats. The bats are spotted hanging on the cave walls darkened with smoke trapped by numerous cobwebs for thousands of years. Touring the caves involves walking through a 2km dark tunnel that is made of hard rocks. Inside the caves, there is total silence that is interrupted by whispers and echoes from human voices as well as bats. To go through these caves, one would need a torch, helmet, gloves, head cap, and boots to pass through various tunnels during the one or two-hour trail.

Day 14: Transfer back to Kigali, Departure.

After your breakfast, you will proceed to checkout of your lodge before the transfer to Kigali (about 2 hours of driving).

Included

  • Transportation from the meeting to the departure point
  • 1 Expert local driver/guide
  • All accommodations while on tour
  • Meal as indicated in the itinerary
  • Park Entrance fees
  • Gorilla permits
  • Chimp permits
  • Guiding fees
  • Activities mentioned in the itinerary

Excluded

  • International flight (can be arranged if required)
  • Visa and personal insurance.
  • Gratuity for your professional driver guide
  • Personal expenses such as travel insurance
  • Excess baggage fee
  • Communication charges that include, laundry, emails, faxes, and phone calls
  • Beverages including luxury champagne, luxury spirits, beer, and wines during meals
  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary
  • Tips
  • Any item or activity not mentioned in the tour package

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The Primates of Rwanda

If you are looking for memorable lifetime primates experiences, then certainly Rwanda is the best for gorilla trekking and the BIG primates tours.  Primates in Rwanda included mountain gorillas – chimpanzees and several monkeys species spread in several forests across Rwanda. You will, however, need to book permits to trek to any of these primates. The price for Rwanda gorilla trek permit is USD1500 for example while golden monkey tracking goes for $100 and chimps tracking in Nyungwe USD90, even Rwandans have to now pay that price.  The Permits were raised to their present level due to the conservation effort costs, support for local Community Infrastructure and as part of its marketing Rwanda as a Prime Upmarket Tourist Destination.

Rwanda Mountain Gorillas  in the Volcanoes National Park:

Most tourists to Rwanda safaris are coming for gorilla trekking. In Rwanda, gorillas are only found in Volcanoes National Park which is part of the great Virunga massif that has Virunga National Park of Congo DR, and Uganda's Mgahina Gorilla National Park. The Virunga massif has about 540 mountain gorillas currently.

Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park provides the perfect scenic setting for Mountain Gorilla Tracking and many other things can be combined such as Volcano Hiking, Golden Monkey Tracking, Birding, even caving.

The Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park can only be seen in the wild – there are none found in any zoo in the world.

Chimpanzees in Rwanda-Nyungwe Forest:

In Rwanda, Chimpanzees are found in the Nyungwe National Park as well as in smaller number in the Gishwati Forest. Sociable creatures, chimpanzees live in extended communities and move around every day, foraging for food or occasionally hunting smaller mammals. Tourist chimps trekking can only happen in Nyungwe National Park. They build fresh nests in the trees each night. The section of Nyungwe Forest National Park where the Chimpanzee tracking begins is near Cyamudongo, that is locted about 4.5 hours driving from Kigali. The forest is Africa’s oldest montane (mountainous ecosystem) forest, home to 13 species of primate, including an estimated 500 Chimpanzees. As you pass through the forest, you will hear the whoops and cackles of L’Hoest’s and black-faced vervet monkeys.

The challenge with Chimpanzees is finding them, as they are not habituated (accustomed to human beings’ presence) and are often a little shy; fortunately, their human instinct is strong and they show a lot of curiosity and eagerness when tourists are around.

Chimpanzees and humans share 98% of their DNA, making them even more fascinating to observe, especially when they display what we call, ‘human behaviour’. Chimp trekking is fast-paced and exciting and in our opinion, this makes it more of an adventure than Gorilla Trekking; there are less-established paths, denser forests to go through and just discovering them on one’s own makes it more exciting.

Chimpanzee Tracking permits are only $90, which is considerably less than the Gorillas. There are only 8 chimpanzee tracking permits per day for Nyungwe Forest.  So it is advisable to book these permits well in advance, even a year ahead is not too soon.

Chimpanzees move each day and build new nests.  It is estimated that there are about 600 Chimpanzees in Nyungwe. Chimps tracking in Nyungwe National Park does not mean you will see them but the chances of you seeing them have increased in recent times and more and more visitors spend a full hour with them while in the park on a chimpanzee trek.

Chimpanzees live for about 40 to 45 years – even as you track them you will soon learn that chimpanzees are quite intelligent.

Here in Nyungwe Forest you will find them mostly foraging for fruit, however, they will also hunt and eat smaller mammals including monkeys at times.

Chimpanzee Tracking in Nyungwe starts early, at 5.30 am, and can last anything from an hour to several hours depending on where the chimps are – visitors spend a maximum of one hour with them once they are found.

The terrain can be steep, slippery and muddy, passing through thick vegetation. Suitable footwear is essential, as well as a certain level of fitness. Permits can be booked online, at an RDB office or via a tour operator.

Golden Monkeys of Rwanda – Volcanoes National Park:

The Golden Monkeys (Cercopithecus kandti) are best seen in the Bamboo Forests of the Virungas and in Rwanda that means tracking them in Volcanoes National Park.

They are also found in Gishwati Forest in Northwestern Rwanda.  They are also rumored to be in a patch of Bamboo Forest of Nyungwe Forest however that is unconfirmed.  The best place to see them is in Volcanoes National Park.

There are two groups that can be tracked in Volcanoes National Park The Musongga Golden Monkey group comprised of about 100 monkeys on the slopes of Mount Karisimbi and the Kabatwa Golden Monkey Group made up of about 70 monkeys in the Bamboo Forest on Mount Sabyinyo.

They are colorful and it is a delight to observe them as they scamper about in the thick Bamboo Forest while they feed on leaves and fruit.

Angolan Colobus Monkeys of Rwanda – Nyungwe Forest:

The Angolan Colobus Monkeys are black with white ornaments – when you observe them in the forest while tracking them in Nyungwe Forest you will be amazed how large the group is – over 350 to 400 individuals in size – comprising the largest group of Angolan Colobus Monkeys in all of Africa.

The Angolan Colobus Trek is not as strenuous as the Chimpanzee Trek tends to be and the sheer number of them in the tree-tops, the chatter of this groups delights visitors including their sloppy eating habits which actually help spread the seed of the fruit that they are eating in the forest.

If you want to the Angolan (Ruwenzori) Colobus Monkeys in abundance than a Trek – actually it will be more like a nature walk is the perfect morning activity for you.

The Angolan Colobus walk has more in it than simply seeing the Colobus Monkeys but you will see other primates, birds and the vegetation of this montane forest.

L’Hoest’s Monkeys of Rwanda – Nyungwe Forest:

L’Hoest Monkeys at times referred to as Mountain Monkeys are endemic to the Albertine Rift and you can find them the Rwenzori Mountains and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda and in Rwanda they are found in Nyungwe and Gishwati Forest – the latter is a forest that is in the process of being restored to a National Park.

They have dark black bodies and a fuzzy white beard – they move on all fours when on the ground as they forage for good.

The males weigh between 5 kilos, while females are smaller in size – they spend their times in various forest which are found in Nyungwe Forest.

Their small groups are dominated by females with normally only one make in the group they can be often seen from the main road that cuts through the forest near the Unwink Reception to the forest.

Owl-Faced Monkeys of Rwanda – Nyungwe Forest:

Owl Faced Monkey unique in that it has a beak-like nose and the face resembles an owl.  This shy monkey is rarely seen but you just might be the lucky one as you hike along the many trails of Nyungwe Forest.

The Owl Faced is closely related to the L’Hoest’s Monkey and like it Owl Faced Monkey lives in small groups of one male and various female.  Because Owl Faced Monkeys are so elusive they have been hard to study

The Owl-Faced Monkey  gray and has a white stripe that goes from the top of the lip to the top of the nose give the owl monkey that owl face

In Rwanda, you find the Owl-Faced Money in Nyungwe Forest.

Dent’s Mona Monkey:

The Dent’s Mona Monkey is found in Nyungwe Forest. You often find the Dent’s Mona Monkey with other monkey’s such as Blue Monkeys or Gray-Cheeked Mangabeys, also the large groups of Ruwenzori Colobus Monkeys.

The Dent’s Mona Group is relatively small with one male surrounded by his harem, however once again as with other monkeys, it is females who rule the group.

Dent’s Mona Monkeys have a long black tail, a white rump, and a brown back. Their faces are quite furry and when they find food they carry it off with their large cheek pouches. They prefer fruit but at times will resort to leaves and even insects.

You can find Dent’s Mona Monkeys are found in Nyungwe Forest.

Blue Monkeys in Nyungwe

The name Blue Monkey may be deceiving since, in reality, the Blue Monkey is not blue.  The real colors of a blue monkey is light grey and an olive fur that together gives off this kind of blue hue as they are in the tree-tops.

The Blue Monkeys live in the tree tops that make up the forest canopy in Nyungwe Forest meaning that you have to look up in order to spot them while on the trails in Nyungwe Forest.  They rarely come down to the forest floor but find food and shelter in the tree-tops.

They live in female-centric groups of 10 to 40 with only one male. All the females raise each others, infants.

These tree-dwelling monkeys can be found around Uwinka Visitors Center in Nyungwe Forest.

Rwanda's Olive Baboon:

Olive Baboons can be found in various parts of Rwanda including on the Road at Nyungwe Forest and inside of Akagera National Park.

They are primarily a terrestrial primate and they live in large groups.  After the chimpanzees, this is the largest of primates and the stockiest.

They have an olive dark coat and a dog-like snout and threatening teeth.  The Olive Baboon is quite aggressive and they frequently raid crops.

They have been known to take things from vehicles with passengers inside and at Akagera Game Lodge – keep your door locked since they are known for raiding the rooms for food.

Rwanda's Vervet Monkey:

This is grey Guenon that is very common all East Africa including in Rwanda in Nyungwe Forest they can be found around the Gisakura Guesthouse – the Vervet Monkey is often found n the savannah and open woodlands including in Akagera National Park.

They like the Baboons raid crops and again even enter homes to forage for food, not quite as brazen as baboons however they do their share of raiding.

They have a black face mask and the rest of the body is gray.  This is the most numerous monkey in the world and is quite common including all over Rwanda.

There are no Vervet Monkey Treks – you simple run into them wherever you go.

Rwanda's Pottos:

Most likely you will not see any pottos since they are creatures of the night and you have to take a nocturnal walk or game drive in Akagera National Park.

They are part of 4 nocturnal primates found in Nyungwe Forest. Pottos are closely related to the Lemurs of Madagascar.

The potto is small growing to 30 to 40 centimeters, it has a distinct odor that some liken to curry.

They are grey-brown in color with a wooly fur. The hands and toes are shaped in such a manner that they can grasp branches firmly without falling. The neck has sharp point which they use to protect themselves.

Rwanda's Needle-clawed Bushbabies

Bushbaby – the name may come from their appearance or their cry.  They are found in various parts of East Africa and beyond including Zanzibar.

They are nocturnal creatures and can only be seen on night game drives or nocturnal Forest Walks.

They can leap quite a distance and move swiftly on the branches of trees.  They tend to live in dry woodlands and in Savannah areas.

They are very small with a wooly thick fur that ranges from silver-gray to dark-brown.  They have very large eyes that give them good night vision, have strong hind limbs for leaping and have keen ears that help them to hunt insects.  Their diet includes small birds. insects, fruit, seeds, flower, nuts and tree gums.

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