Tropical Research And Conservation Centre

Tropical Research And Conservation Centre

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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
About
TRACC is a conservation organisation on Pom Pom Island near Semporna, about 50km north of Sipadan, Mabul and Kapali. With volunteer divers who stay for 1-12 weeks, we are protecting the reef by replanting the coral reef, protecting the sharks and turtles, conducting surveys and actively demonstrating the value of marine protected areas. Accommodation at the moment is in tents set back from the beach, with good food provided 3 times each day. Staying with TRACC is about diving with a purpose - conservation diving with scientists and marine biologists, every visitor contributes to the reef rebuilding, the turtle and shark monitoring surveys and the building of the fish aggregation devices. If you want part of your trip to be about contributing to the environment as well as diving on great coral reefs visit TRACC in Malaysian Borneo.
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Lina S
7 contributions
Dec 2021 • Friends
This centre is top tier 💯💯💯💯💯
Prof Steve Oakley is very brilliant
all the staff were lovely & very helpful
+HEAVEN ON EARTH
Written 23 November 2022
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Ben J
Brisbane, Queensland2 contributions
Aug 2022 • Solo
Came to do the Cambridge Marine Science A-level. Left as a PADI qualified rescue diver. Great teaching from passionate people in a beautiful setting.
Besides the A-level - starlight turtle walks and egg relocation, hands-on coral planting and reef maintenance experience, fish ID dives, reef surveys, talks from TRACC’s most excellent science officers, scaling extinct volcanoes and as many fun-dives with the spectacular wildlife as you could wish for - should be enough to keep you busy.

The island next door looks like Jurassic Park, bonus.
Written 7 November 2022
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Jess C
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Mar 2022
I heard about TRACC through a past A Level student a few years back, and ever since have been desperate to go and I had very high expectations. Luckily for me, everything about TRACC still managed to go above and beyond these expectations.

I signed up to do the Marine Science A Level from January to May. Unfortunately due to COVID restrictions, we weren’t able to get out to Malaysia until the beginning of March. Nevertheless, we started with classes online in January where we were sent videos from our two teachers and had weekly seminars.

Everything was so well organised. So much research was done by the TRACC staff before we arrived on how to get us all into Malaysia, and more importantly, Sabah during the restrictions. I do not know how Hazel (one of the managers) managed to organise for all of us to enter Malaysia, quarantine and finally get to Pom Pom with so much efficiency.

The 2 months I spent on Pom Pom will forever be one of the best experiences of my entire life. As somebody who has always been interested in science and the ocean, the course was perfect and I learned so much in such a perfect environment that it never felt like I was working towards an exam! Our teachers Jeeth and Farhana were so lovely and really helped us to understand the content of the A Level, even if it was slightly rushed due to the reduced time on the island. Nevertheless, I received the grade that I wanted in the exams. I have definitely changed my mind about what I want to do in the future as a career due to this A Level and my time on Pom Pom.

The diving was absolutely incredible. I arrived as an open water diver with 25 dives and ended my time on Pom Pom with 101 dives as a rescue diver. Never once did I ever get bored of diving in the same spots - every optional dive that was put on for us I would go on and my love for diving only intensified due to the amazing dive masters that took us out everyday (Jeeth, Farhana, Lily and Hazel). I genuinely never thought I’d come away from this experience being just as fascinated by macro such as shrimp and nudibranchs as I am every time I see one of the local turtles! The conservation dives were also a lot of fun. I loved helping with coral planting and scrubbing and underwater clean ups, and the artificial reef was so much better than I could have ever imagined thanks to all the work that the managers and previous volunteers have put in to help restore the damaged ecosystem. We also participated in daily turtle walks to collect the eggs and prevent them from being poached, and also daily beach cleans.

The accommodation is very basic, but that worked extremely well for me. The cube tents with a proper bed and mattress and fan are small but match perfectly with the lifestyle you’re living on the island. There are proper showers and flushing toilets as well. The food is incredible (mostly vegetarian local food), and never ever got boring for me!

I had a slightly different experience due to COVID restrictions, so there were no other volunteers on the island for the majority of the time that the A Level students were there. However, I still met so many like minded people on the island from all over the world who will definitely be friends for life. I was lucky that the 7 other people doing the A Level with me were all of a very similar age to me (18-22). However we were told that this was quite unusual to have such a young group, and there is usually a large age range.

TRACC made me fascinated with the ocean and diving, and as a result a month later I went on to do my PADI Divemaster. I think it’s fair to say that TRACC changed my life for the better, and I will definitely be returning as soon as I can - 2 months was not long enough. If you are interested in conservation, marine science, or simply want to do some more diving with like minded people, you have found the perfect place. My only downside was that it wasn’t long enough!
Written 25 September 2022
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Guillemette d
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Dec 2021 • Solo
I went to TRACC for 4 months, in the beggining of 2020, just before the pandemic (i would have stay longer). I did my DMT course there and it was an amazing time i will never forget. You can dive multiple times a day, you can learn so much about marine life, marine conservation and diving. You meet a new family there. Accomodation is realy simple and yet way enought. The food is good, you can have vegetarian and vegan option each meal. The staff is amazing. I loved it thank you so much, and sorry for the review 2 years later !
Written 24 September 2022
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Bella B
2 contributions
Mar 2022 • Solo
Being at TRACC and doing the A Level was the most amazing experience of my life. It increased my confidence and my ability to make friendships, and i also discovered how much I loved diving. i made friends for life on the island, and everybody working at TRACC was so friendly, helpful, and always looking to make our experience the best it could be. Coming home after living on a beautiful island for 2 months where (if i wanted) i could wander out of my tent, stick my fins and my mask on, and snorkel in coral reefs whenever i wanted, was definitely a big shock. There’s no responsibilities, the food is AMAZING, the diving is some of the best you’ll ever do. Coming home is the worst part. Come to TRACC, you won’t regret it.
Written 24 September 2022
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Allison C
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Mar 2022 • Solo
Being at TRACC was the most amazing experience of my life! I was part of the A-Level group of January 2022, and unfortunately since we were still dealing with the pandemic, could only be on the island for about a month and a half. Despite this, the administration team at TRACC worked endlessly to get us to the Pom Pom as soon as possible and ensure we had a great time. My fellow A-Levelers and I got to help with cleaning the artificial reefs and placing new coral, as well as helping with beach cleans and turtle research!

The food was incredible, mostly vegetarian with vegan options for those that wanted it, and chicken once or twice a week. The cube tents were great, with room to stand comfortably and have your things out. Everyone that was there was very kind and incredibly helpful and supportive of learning and eagerness to do more hands on work!

I absolutely recommend TRACC for anyone looking to have some diving opportunity and learn more about coral reefs and biodiversity! This experience changed my life and I am so grateful to everyone at TRACC, and my A-Level friends for giving me such an unforgettable experience!
Written 13 September 2022
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Deborah E
London, UK7 contributions
Mar 2020
For all you retired divers out there, this is the place to go. Tropical paradise (yes really) but diving with a purpose as well as for fun. We were 65 going on 66 when we arrived for a 3 month stay. Yes very basic accommodation, yes basic (cold) showers but amazing dives, food, education, training and conservation work both under water and on land. Turtle identification dives, nightly turtle walks to mark and save turtle nests from predation, joyous occasions witnessing turtle releases. We built artificial reefs, collected “corals of opportunity” to replant on the artificial reefs, and fragmented corals grown on the nursery site to plant elsewhere. We conducted surveys to record the growing biodiversity on the artificial reefs, and assisted the Science Officers and Interns in their work. We learned a huge amount and for every conservation work dive there was a fun dive afterwards. We have dived in a lot of wonderful places in the world but our last fun dive off North Tip on Pom Pom was truly one of the greats. During our stay, most of the volunteers were in their early 20s, and what an amazing group of young people they were, but TRACC welcomes everyone who has something to contribute no matter what age, ability or experience. There is no pressure to dive or take part in any other activities, life at TRACC has to be the most relaxed and inspiring time we have ever spent. So go to TRACC and become part of the TRACC family, you’ll have no regrets.
Written 22 February 2021
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Ihsan
Kuching, Malaysia7 contributions
Jul 2020
Hello, My name is Ihsan and student from University Malaysia Terengganu study on Marine Science Program. I came to TRACC as fully sponsored Malaysian internship for 12 weeks starting 1 July until 21 September 2020 for my Industrial training in order to graduate. TRACC is the NGO that has involved doing marine conservation for a long time ago starting on 2014. I am just Open Water Diver and I take Advance Open Water course in here its really give a lot of benefit and fun because I can discover on deep dive which can see beautiful wall that full of healthy diversity likes corals, soft coral, gorgonians, live rocks also a lot of fish with different types of species likes humphead wrasse, bumphead parrotfish, eagle rays, school of jackfish, fusilier, mandarin fish, and others. Night dive is really something new to observed because a lot of ecosystem has change from day to night. Some fish on night they were sleeping such as parrotfish will produce mucus that cover on their entire body while sleeping and nocturnal fish were start to active like’s moray eel, sharks and a lot of shrimp, crab, and others. Also coral start to remove and moving their tentacle to feed on plankton. The Instructor were really nice and friendly because he was really good on find something that were really cool marine organism likes rare nudibranch, crinoid shrimp, robust ghost pipe fish, cuttlefish, pygmy squid, blue ring octopus and other just in House Reef area. My targeted dive in TRACC are about 100 dives because every day we will go 3-4 dives but for Monday is dry day which we are not allowed to dive and more focus on dry work likes analyse data and writing report such on. All dives has improve my buoyancy which I can hover very close to corals to find some macro organism likes shrimp, also my air consumption were really good that I can stay until 60 min in 1 deep dive, and my weight has drop from 3 kg to 1 kg because of every dive we just train and practice more to be really good on this. When come on Sunday funday, we will go fun dive on other island such as Pandanan, Timba-timba, Mataking, Bohey dulang and many more and this really fun because its different environment and different dive site when its come to another island beside Pom Pom island.
The camp is also really nice which has facility likes classroom, volleyball court which my favourite sport and especially my cube tent that has a lot of equipment likes table, fan, bed, socket extension and some space for me to pray as a Muslim. Food in here were really delicious, even I m not vegetarian but this is my first time I eat a lot of tasty vegetarian food in here which vege food are not too bad compare to chicken because of Kak Neng cooks were really delicious and I really likes Kak Neng donut that so fluffy and full of sweetness. Oh god, I miss the Donut. I really understand why we must conserve by not eating seafood because of the situation happen on island around Semporna which a lot of bomb fishing has damaged and destroyed the ecosystem likes fish, corals, turtles, invertebrate and we as conservationist must conserve and protect this ecosystem for the future generation.
Turtle in here was very friendly and there is many turtle can be found around here also I gain a lot of experience on turtle project. For me, I really likes turtle facial ID because its an adventure and fun to find turtle sometimes we go chasing the swimming turtle to get their facial picture. Turtle walk also was something really nice for me but I just got a bit boring and sleepy while waiting for the mama turtle laying eggs. Also Learn about the tracks pattern that are from green turtle or hawksbill turtle, nesting or not based on going back track pattern.
Theres a lot of conservation dives that I learned in here likes coral planting, biscuit drop and makes, soft coral and transplant, biscuit marriage, arc reef and steep reef maintenance. But the most I like is coral biscuit make and drop like it hot. Because of as we know House Reef is the most affected areas due to the bomb fishing on 20 years age and the environment on that area was likes all white because it full of rubble. For me, making biscuit is really interesting to planting new corals on that area because of coral that we takes at North Tip got high resilience which they mostly can adapt on new environment and we just plant on steep reef, and covid reef at House Reef. The restoration that has been done by TRACC likes bottle reef, steep reef, table reef, soft coral nets and other artificial reef has provide a lot of diversity from fish that has about 600 species has been observed just in House Reef which this area are start to recover from rubble area 20 years ago to create a new healthy ecosystem that full of healthy diversity. Also Fish ID, Invert ID and Coral ID improve me a lot on identifying skill while on diving.
As a science intern in here, I was given project from TRACC science officer (Farhana and Jeeth) is about Reef Fish Assemblages on Benthic and Pelagic BRUVS Configuration at Different depths of 5m, 10m, 20m, and 30m. I was really happy to conduct this project because this project give me a new thing to learn about to determine fish diversity and abundance by using Baited Remote Underwater Video Station (BRUVS). Not just that, we four intern also has a strong teamwork in here because sampling our project in here were get really tired because its has a lot of hard work to do. When come to sampling date start 25 July until 31 August, in one day sampling we got 3 project to survey which is deployed and retrieved benthic and pelagic BRUVS, Biodiversity survey and last one seagrass survey from 7.00 am start and end until 12.00 pm. Or science officer Farhana and Jeeth also were really supportive and helpful because they always teach me and help me for my fish identification on my BRUVS video that will take me a lot of time to ID the fish in the beginning. Time over time has practice on Fish ID until species level and I just realize I can finish my fish Identification on BRUVS video in just 3 hours. Now I think I am good on Fish Identification which when I go diving I just know type of fish. For me, my research are really contribute to TRACC because of we can understand and learn distribution of fishes diversity and abundance across depth gradients are important insights on the health of the ecosystem. Following historical damage of bomb fishing on here 20 years ago and now recovering reef of Pom Pom Island, this study offers baseline data of species assemblage, diversity and abundance for better conservation and management strategies as well as providing retrospective information for long-term environmental monitoring.
I think, I really was lucky person and super excited because I can come doing my internship in here were fully sponsored by TRACC. Diving in here is not same as you go diving in other place in Malaysia because in Semporna is top 1 best dive site in Malaysia due to this location is part of Coral Triangle which you can see a lot of beautiful marine life when you diving in here that many biodiversity which determine in here has a great and really good and healthy ecosystem likes a lot of fish diversity, variety type of shrimp, crab and cute nudibranch, healthy corals, colourful gorgonians, tunicate, coralline algae, live rocks, sponges and many cool thing around here likes eagle ray, friendly turtles, frog fish and others that can be found on Pom Pom Island. For me, TRACC were really place good to doing internship and being volunteer in here because of the they really want to change the ocean by doing conservation dive and spread awareness to the world about important of the ecosystem in the ocean. I will recommend TRACC to my entire friend by tell them story about TRACC, experience that I got in here during my internship.
Finally, I really enjoy every single day in here likes having sunset every day, karaoke every night with local staff Khairul, Jaspin and Welman, drink coconut with Jomoh and compressed dive tank, and stargazing every night sometime I just fall sleep on jetty just want to stargazing because its really beautiful makes me calm and peace. All staff member were really friendly and they always makes me laughing also I learn a lot of thing and experience from them also likes current and tides because they really expert on this area especially Palten, he know the current were strong or not and sometimes his prediction on depth for my BRUVS deployment is really good. I learned from Molly about Invert ID likes shrimp, nudibranch, and crabs by taking picture of them. They really inspired me a lot of thing in here. Thank You TRACC for this awesome moment. Thank you guys for this memories, I will never forget you guys in here. After this if got chance, I really want to comeback in here because I really loves this place.
Written 19 September 2020
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AZRIN ASYIKIN
Bandar Puncak Alam, Malaysia10 contributions
Jul 2020 • Friends
TRACC was such a great experience and I came here as science internship which is fully sponsored Malaysia internship placement for my UMT industrial training for 12 weeks. I am very grateful for being given the opportunity and selected me as an internship student at TRACC. I came here with open water course, and I earned my Advance Open Water course which is a part of my sponsored internship. My instructor is really good; he also teaches me how to control buoyancy as part of the course. Before I came to TRACC, my dive log about 35 dive log for 2 years, but then when I am lived here, every day we went diving. I think overall my dive is over than 100 now which is include conservation dive and fun dive. Since, every day we went diving, I believed that I have improve much better in buoyancy skill. Before I came here, I am not really good in buoyancy, especially went we did work while diving. Not even that, I also improve of my air consumption. I can still remember, my dive master did weight check before we went dive, and she said actually I am overweight (weight and weight belt). At first I don’t believe, drop 1kg off weight from the weight belt, but then slowly drop my weight up to 1.6kg weight. Actually, it feels very comfortable went we wear light weight compare to heavy weight went we diving.

To be honest, I do really enjoy diving with TRACC whereas we did conservation dive, work dive. I really enjoy all the conservation dive such as soft coral collect-planting, hard coral collects and planting, making coral biscuit (artificial reef), scrub mooring line, arc reef maintenance, underwater beach clean and else. In addition, we also have buoyancy workshop and lift bag workshop in order to get good buoyancy before did conservation dive.

Generally, camp it is so nice and amazing. Actually, I do expect the worst but then I am wrong. They give me accommodation in cubical tent equipped with a fan, bed and sheet bed, pillow towel, socket and table. There are some challenges even living in a tent i.e. the tent is easily filled with sand (because the feet are always sandy) and sometimes in the middle of the night there is a strong storm, rainwater comes on top of my tent.

The food is really good. Neng’s cook is really delicious and tasty. What I can said, Neng always make different menu every day. I also notice that, Neng don’t repeat the same menu over 2 weeks, which is mean that Neng was always make a different menu every day other than that, what I like the most are we can cook by ourselves if we want to cook. At first, I had a hard time adapting to eating a vegetarian menu, but it was still have other variety food that I can eat.

Turtle. Pom Pom Island is the best place for turtle. I really love learn about them, especially turtle facial identification and did a turtle walk around the island. Since I have been here for 3 months, I had a opportunities to see mama turtle comes from the beach to nest, see how the mama turtle dig a hole for nesting, how the know either this turtle lay eggs or not based on their track. Not even that, I also have opportunities to see green turtle and hawksbill turtle nesting and turtle release.

As marine intern, my industrial supervisor (Farhana Azmi) was assigned me a mini project which biodiversity assemblage at intertidal and shallow reef flat (1-2 meter). I really enjoy did my survey, at the same time I also learn a new thing which learn how to id the invert and the fish. Actually, in university I used to id them but not very practical compare in here. I believed that, my research will contribute of knowledge towards TRACC about POm Pom Island diversity.

Last but not least, I would recommend to all people to come at TRACC no matter what background you are. Come here and gain the knowledge and let safe the coral reef as well as the world. Pom Pom Island, is the best placed to go because here have a very beautiful sunset, moonlight turtle walks.
THANK YOU TRACC !!
Written 18 September 2020
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Idzhar Rosli
7 contributions
Jul 2020
Hello guys!!, I am idzhar from University Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) doing an internship at TRACC (tropical research and conservation center) in Sabah. I came to TRACC on a fully sponsored Malaysian internship placement for my UMT industrial training. In order to graduate I need to do a 12 weeks internship field training. TRACC has given me a very huge opportunity to do an internship with them. This is a very great opportunity for me because I know that TRACC has involved in conservation for a long time. I come with an advance diver license with very limited experience in diving. When I come to TRACC, I only got around 30 dives overall. As time goes by, I have been diving since I came to TRACC and it was over 100++ dives. Can you believe it?, yeah I know cause I can’t believe it either. I already improved my dive skill mostly on buoyancy (all new diver struggle) as an example my weight, it is from 6kg and now I have been using 2.2kg only! Since the first day I come, the staff has already treated us kindly with love. The first that I met is Hazel, she is very graceful and gentle as a TRACC director. Then when we enter the island we met Molly as camp manager. She gave us a beautiful introduction to TRACC. I got a cubical tent that is far from my expectation. The tent is so big that 3 people can sleep in. I expect we will get a small tent that is enough for I person only and that makes me so happy. Not even that, there is also a bed and shelf for our things. The best out of the cubical tent is the fan. It is really out of my expectation. Because we live on the island, we can’t complain much about the sand. Sometimes there will also have some mosquitoes in the tent cause I forget to close the tent door but it did not disturb my sleep cause I getting used to jungle life. Other than the tent, we will go to the food. The chef we called kak Neng is a very good chef. She can cook basically anything or everything. Most of the time we will get good food from her but the TRACC menu is mostly vegan/vegetarian food so it does have a very big difference in our Malaysian culture. I do understand why we don’t eat the things that we conserve or protect.
Next is the turtle project. Who doesn’t love turtle right? Everyone loves them. When I involve in the turtle project, I do get excited. The best part of the turtle project for me is when we watch a mother turtle nesting. We can always found a nest but not while a mother turtle is nesting, it always depends on your luck. I have watched a lot of turtle nesting while I was here and it was fascinating especially when the turtle is Hawksbill a critically endangered species. Other than that we involving in turtle facial ID. We take turtle photo while diving. It is really a new experience for me. Last from the project is that we watched hatchling release. It was so cute that no one can deny their cuteness.
There is a lot of diving projects that TRACC is working on. The best project I’ve done is a coral fragment collection. We will collect coral fragments that have a low chance of survival or did not attach to a firm substrate. Basically we will save these fragments by planting them in a biscuit that made from cement. Most of these fragments are so beautiful. I'm happy that we can save them. Other than that, we also do a lot of other things like ARC reefs scrubbing, coral planting using epoxy and soft coral planting. TRACC also teaches us about fish ID, invert ID, and coral ID. This identification is so useful when we go diving. It is so interesting every time we go underwater cause we can see the difference that TRACC making from the conservation activity.
When we were doing the internship at TRACC, we were given our own mini-project. My project is on Turtle nesting. These studies are about turtle emergence versus nestings. It is important to identify nesting areas in relationship to their threats. Understanding threats such as light pollution, beach erosion, marine debris, physical obstruction (natural/manmade), and poaching will allow the magnitude evaluation of these stressors in relation to nesting trends for early warning. My supervisor is Jeeth is so helpful with my project. He always teaches me new things and gives a reason why we doing such a project. I am enjoying myself while I’m doing the project cause it was all new to me and I am planning to become a wildlife warden one day. My project does contribute to the overall knowledge TRACC has on the ecosystem on Pom Pom by identifying the turtle main nesting site and does the threat on the island affect the turtle nesting.
The one thing I would change is getting sets of gills instead of lungs so that I can stay underwater as long as I want to. Basically there is nothing I want to change at TRACC. Its already got the best. I just want TRACC to stay strong in doing the conservation work even though the world is falling down. All of this conservation work is all necessary for the better sake of the future generation.
I was at TRACC for almost 3 months. I know a lot of types of people from different kinds of ages and backgrounds. TRACC can be for all peoples from all kinds of ages and backgrounds. The ones that have a driving license are the best peoples that can come. You will get a different experience from work dive for conservation. You also will get a lot of knowledge about why we need to do conservation. Another reason that makes you want to come is Pom Pom owns biodiversity. There is different biodiversity that will make you as a diver fascinating. You will not just enjoy the island life but also the wildlife that Pom Pom brings you. You will never forget all of this experience and exciting features that will make you want to come back for more.
I loved living on Pom Pom Island. You can’t just get this kind of experience anywhere else. Sometimes an island life is a struggle but it will give you an experience that you will never imagine you can get it. The best kind of view that I missed the most is doing a turtle walk with a lot of star view just on top of your head and sometimes a beautiful Milky Way. I also feel grateful that we can contribute to TRACC knowledge from our project. Moreover, all the staff and local boys that been helping me during my internship and also give their support in the completion of the internship. The internship at TRACC has given me a tremendous amount of experience that I can use in my life other than becoming more confident with myself. Last but not least, I want to thank TRACC for this amazing lifetime opportunity that I will never get anywhere else.
Written 17 September 2020
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