Examples of Parasitism in Humans and Nature (2023)

You might think of a parasite as a flea. However, that is just one type of parasite. Learn the types of parasitism through parasitism examples. Get several examples of parasitic relationships found in humans, oceans and plants.

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What Is Parasitism?

You’ve probably seen a flea or a tick on a dog. Did you know those were examples of parasites? A parasitic relationship or parasitism is a relationship between a parasite and a host that's beneficial to the parasite and detrimental to the host. A parasite lives on or inside of a host and causes harm to the host, sometimes even death. Since a flea is a parasite, you might guess that the dog is the host.

Types of Parasites

While there are many kinds of parasites, all fit into one of two fundamental types of parasite:

  • endoparasites - exist inside a host's body

  • ectoparasites - exist outside a host's body

Many times these parasites are either single-celled protozoa or helminths, which are worm parasites.

Examples of Parasitism Types

Among parasites, you can find several different types of parasitism, from the parasite being totally dependent on the host to free living. See a few of the important types.

  • obligate parasitism - The parasite is completely dependent on the host to survive. For example, head lice will die without a host.
  • facultative parasitism - The parasite can live independently but also live off other organisms. A roundworm can infect mammals or live free.
  • social parasitism - This happens with social insects like ants, where they use their friends to raise young or work. For example, Tetramorium inquilinum is a type of ant that rides on the backs of other ants.
  • Brood parasitism - This happens among birds, where they will lay their eggs in another bird's nest and make them raise their young. Cowbirds and cuckoos are famous for this.

Human & Mammal Parasitism Examples

Humans have a lot of parasites that can be found inside and outside of their bodies. While most parasites aren't looking to kill their host (because they need them to survive), they can cause serious issues.

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Liver Fluke

Also known as Fasciola hepatica, this parasite does exactly what its name suggests; it latches onto your liver. Actually, it's more a fan of sheep and cattle, but humans will do in a pinch. This parasite feeds on tissue and bile, but it's fairly easily treated.

Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis

With the scientific name of Naegleria fowleri and the common name of brain-eating amoeba, these amoebas are bad news. Most commonly contracted in unsterilized water, N. fowleri causes severe inflammation of the brain and its surrounding membrane.

Malaria Example

You may have heard that mosquitoes cause malaria. That isn't technically true. It's caused by five species of Plasmodium microorganisms, which mosquitoes pick up when feeding on infected blood and subsequently spread around to other victims. These protozoa lead to a flu-like illness in humans and even death.

Parasitic Flatworm

This usually microscopic flatworm, Schistosoma, is about as bad as pathogens get. Schistosomiasis, contracted from freshwater infected with the worms, causes abdominal pain and swelling, bloody urine and feces, and over time potentially liver and kidney failure.

Pork Tapeworm

The Taenia solium generally makes its way into the human digestive tract through undercooked pork. T. solium is the most common species of tapeworm in humans and can live in the human digestive tract for years. Some can even grow to 11 feet long.

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Trichinosis Example

The parasitic roundworm Trichinella infests the intestines and causes the logically named trichinosis, which leads to cramps, difficulty digesting and other unpleasant things. You can get this parasite from eating raw or undercooked meat.

Sleeping Sickness

Trypanosoma brucei is a protozoan that causes an infection of the brain that makes people sleep all the time. Much like malaria, this is an insect-borne invention where tsetse flies transmit the disease to humans.

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Bedbugs Example

Thirty years ago, it seemed bedbugs (Cimex lectularius and Cimex hemipterus) were a solved problem. But life finds a way. In the past few decades, bedbugs have made a spectacular comeback. These near-invisible insects feed on human blood through a sharp proboscis they sink into any exposed skin.

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Eyelash Mites

You've probably got these. Happily, you should go your whole life without noticing. Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis are way less harmful than most of the other parasites. They usually cause no symptoms at all. At worst, people with compromised immune systems or sensitive skin might get a rash when the mites bite.

Head and Body Lice

Pediculus is actually two almost identical species of louse that live on the human body. P. humanus capitis is the human head louse (the bane of school administrators, schoolkids and parents the world over). P. humanus humanus is its rarer cousin, the body louse. Both cause infuriating itching and can spread nasty diseases like typhus.

Flea Example

Meet the human flea, Pulex irritans. On their own, they're just itchy, but they become a whole new problem when there's a disease going around. P. irritans is infamous as the human vector for the Black Death, the dreaded bubonic plague that hopped from rats to humans and back again.

Scabies Example

The nasty little mite Sarcoptes scabiei causes scabies, an intensely itchy and unpleasant skin disease. The S. scabiei mite travels through skin-to-skin contact, and it only takes 10 or 15 of them to start a full-scale infection.

Leech Parasites

While leeches (Hirudinea) can parasitize humans, they rely more on other animals to complete their life cycle. Freshwater fish, invertebrates like slugs and snails, and vertebrates from mice to bears are all popular dining choices for leeches.

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Spider Hawk Wasps

Ichneumonoidea are parasitic stinging insects. Ordinarily solitary predators, when a female hawk wasp is ready to lay eggs, it parasitizes a spider, stinging and paralyzing it with venom, then laying eggs in its body. Baby wasps then hatch and eat the still-living spider alive.

Examples of Parasites Found in the Ocean

The ocean is the biggest ecosystem in the world. Parasites flourish there, taking advantage of the limitless diversity of animals and plants to be found beneath the waves. Explore a few different parasitism examples under the sea.

Whale Lice

Cyamidae is not actually a louse, lice are insects, and this is an isopod — a crustacean and oceangoing cousin of the pill bug. It snags onto whales for food and transportation. They feed primarily on algae that collect on the whale's skin but also attack open wounds and damaged tissue. They are so common among right whales that scientists use the patterns of their infestations to tell one whale from another.

Tongue-Eating Lice

Cymothoa exigua, a type of marine crustacean, actually eats and replaces the tongues of fish and other warm-blooded organisms, feeding on the blood that should be flowing to the tongue.

Mussels Example

Glochidium doesn't refer to a specific species of mussels. Rather, it refers to a stage in the mussel lifecycle. Before mussels settle down and build shells, they have to find an appropriate place. To that end, they evolve barbed hooks and hijack rides on nearby fish, dropping off when they find a likely spot. By themselves, glochidia are harmless, which makes them commensals rather than parasites. However, mussels often grow in enormous groups, and infestation by multiple glochidia at once can injure or even kill fish.

Pea Crabs

The Pinnotheres pisum is exactly what it sounds like: a crab the size of a pea. They live inside mollusks, including mussels, oysters, sea urchins, and sand dollars, stealing food and occasionally taking bites of their hosts.

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Barnacles Example

Most barnacles aren't parasitic; they encrust wood, stone and other solid surfaces and filter the water for food. Not so with Sacculina. This particular breed of barnacle attacks crabs, replacing their genitals and causing them to treat Sacculina larvae as they would their own eggs, helping Sacculina to spread and thrive.

Examples of Parasites in Plants

Plants are perfect hosts for parasites. Just to start with, they don't move around much. They're rich in valuable nutrients, and if the parasite is small enough, plants make great shelter too. Hence, it is not surprising that there are all sorts of plant parasites.

Aphids Example

Aphids feed on plant sap, usually too much plant sap for the plant's wellbeing they infest. Aphids are tiny and soft-bodied, making them the favored prey of predators like ladybugs, but they have protection too. Ants sometimes farm aphids for their sugary secretions, protecting them while they feed.

Gall Wasp

Cynipidae are small, non-stinging wasps that cause plants to grow galls. Galls are basically tumors, big balls of useless tissue, on plants. While galls are useless to plants, wasps lay their eggs inside them, providing food and shelter for their developing young.

Mistletoe Example

Santalales is a festive holiday plant that has some unpleasant feeding habits. Mistletoe attaches to a host plant with a special root called a haustorium, which it uses to drain the host of water and nutrients. Mistletoe is not only parasitic; it's also toxic! Mistletoe really wants you to leave it alone.

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Unique But Unpleasant Organisms

Parasites may seem unpleasant, but they're a fundamental part of nature. Ecosystems would collapse without the presence of parasites, as populations would grow out of control and predator-prey relationships would change beyond sustainability. We won't tell you to stop swatting mosquitoes, but at the very least, we hope you come away with a deeper understanding of these unique, if unpleasant, organisms. Want to know more? Check out examples of symbiosis for healthier (but just as interesting) relationships between organisms.

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FAQs

What is an example of parasitism in nature? ›

A few examples of parasites are tapeworms, fleas, and barnacles. Tapeworms are segmented flatworms that attach themselves to the insides of the intestines of animals such as cows, pigs, and humans. They get food by eating the host's partly digested food, depriving the host of nutrients.

What are 10 examples of parasites? ›

Helminths (worm parasites)
  • Roundworm. Ascariasis, or a roundworm infection, does not usually cause symptoms, but the worm may be visible in feces. ...
  • Hookworm. These can cause intestinal disease. ...
  • Beef and pork tapeworms. ...
  • Toxocariasis. ...
  • Whipworm. ...
  • Elephantiasis lymphatic filariasis.
2 Mar 2022

What is an example of parasitism for kids? ›

Lesson Summary

Ectoparasites (like mosquitos, ticks, and head lice) live on the skin of the host in an area where they can easily feed off the blood of the host. Endoparasites (like tape worms and roundworms) live inside the body of the host and benefit from the nutrients found within their digestive tracts.

What is an example of parasitism with humans? ›

Parasitism in Humans

The organisms that parasitize humans include fungi, leeches, lice, viruses, protozoa, tapeworm, etc. Few organisms such as Helminthes live inside the intestine of the host and causes several infectious diseases, such as jaundice, malnutrition, diarrhoea, etc.

What are the 3 example of parasitism? ›

Parasitism Examples - YouTube

What are parasites in the human body? ›

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. There are three main classes of parasites that can cause disease in humans: protozoa, helminths, and ectoparasites. Entamoeba histolytica is a protozoan. A microscope is necessary to view this parasite.

Are humans parasites on plants? ›

Solution : No. Parasites live on the host and derive nutrition from it. They do not eat any body part of the host. But, man or other animals (like cow) eat plants or plant products So, man and the other animals are not parasites. .

What are some examples of parasitism in the ocean? ›

Examples of common parasites found in the ocean include nematodes, leeches, and barnacles. That's right—though barnacles exist commensally with whales, they are parasites for swimming crabs. A barnacle may root itself within a crab's reproductive system.

What is the most common parasite in humans? ›

Giardia is arguably the most common parasite infection of humans worldwide, and the second most common in the United States after pin-worm. Between 1992 and 1997, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that more than 2.5 million cases of giardiasis occur annually.

What are the 5 most common parasites? ›

In the United States, the most common foodborne parasites are protozoa such as Cryptosporidium spp., Giardia intestinalis, Cyclospora cayetanensis, and Toxoplasma gondii; roundworms such as Trichinella spp. and Anisakis spp.; and tapeworms such as Diphyllobothrium spp. and Taenia spp.

What is the longest human parasite? ›

Dioctophyme (=Dioctophyma) renale, the giant kidney worm, is the largest known parasitic nematode infecting humans — adult females can reach over one meter in length.

Which is the best example of a parasitic relationship? ›

Examples of Parasitism Types

obligate parasitism - The parasite is completely dependent on the host to survive. For example, head lice will die without a host. facultative parasitism - The parasite can live independently but also live off other organisms. A roundworm can infect mammals or live free.

What are Class 5 parasites? ›

A parasite is an organism, or living thing, that lives on or inside another organism. It depends on the other organism for food and other things that it needs to live. The parasite's victim is called its host.

Is a mosquito a parasite? ›

Are Mosquitoes Parasites? In biological terms, organisms that live on a host and depend on it to survive are parasites. Even though they feed on their host's blood, mosquitoes do not live on their hosts as do head lice, for example.

Is human and mosquito is example of parasitism? ›

In a parasitic relationship, one organism benefits at the expense of another. For example, mosquitoes drink human blood, which causes humans to get itchy and can even get them sick.

What are the different types of parasitic relationships? ›

Host-parasite associations usually give rise to four main relationships namely parasitism, mutualism, commensalism and phoresis.

How many types of parasitism are there? ›

There are six major parasitic strategies, namely parasitic castration; directly transmitted parasitism; trophically-transmitted parasitism; vector-transmitted parasitism; parasitoidism; and micropredation. These apply to parasites whose hosts are plants as well as animals.

How do you deal with a parasitic person? ›

Deal with eomtional parasites
  1. Be wary of the superficial charm.
  2. Check their motive list and see what they want from you.
  3. Be unavailable to them for some time.
  4. It is important to level your expectations with the person.
  5. A one-sided relationship needs therapeutic intervention.
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What is a parasitism relationship? ›

Parasitism is a nonmutual relationship between two organisms in which one benefits at the expense of the other. There are two types of parasites affecting living organisms: ectoparasites (living on the surface of host) and endoparasites (living in the body of host).

How many parasites are in the human body? ›

Humans are hosts to nearly 300 species of parasitic worms and over 70 species of protozoa, some derived from our primate ancestors and some acquired from the animals we have domesticated or come in contact with during our relatively short history on Earth.

Why are parasites important to humans? ›

Parasites regulate the populations of a large number of host species found across diverse ecosystems and make a significant contribution to biodiversity [8, 9]. In humans alone, more than 1,400 pathogen species have been described, including viruses, bacteria, helminths, protozoa, and fungi [10].

What does worms in human poop mean? ›

Roundworms are parasites that need to live in the body. These parasitic infections can cause diarrhea and fever. Types of roundworms in humans include pinworms and ascariasis. Often, roundworm infections come from traveling to countries with poor sanitation and hygiene. But kids can get them in the U.S. too.

Can a human be a parasite? ›

Human parasites include various protozoa and worms. Human parasites are divided into endoparasites, which cause infection inside the body, and ectoparasites, which cause infection superficially within the skin.
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Most common parasites.
Parasitic DiseaseGlobal Deaths in 2013
Total Deaths from Parasitic Infections1,000,700
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What is parasitism in plants? ›

parasitic plant, plant that obtains all or part of its nutrition from another plant (the host) without contributing to the benefit of the host and, in some cases, causing extreme damage to the host.

What are parasitic plants examples? ›

Parasitic plant

What is an example of parasitism in the desert? ›

An example of parasitism in the desert is the desert mistletoe and the desert willow tree. While the mistletoe is growing, the mistletoe acquires nutrients from the willow tree. While the mistletoe is benefiting, the willow tree can die from this process because it is losing nutrients.

What type of relationship exists between dog and human? ›

Dogs not only become very attached to their owners, but the owners in turn get attached to their pets just as much. This is a true symbiotic relationship. Because the symbiosis is based on equal benefits to both participant species, the relationship is inseparable once bonded.

Can humans get parasites from the ocean? ›

Several parasites that infect marine and coastal animals or contaminate the marine and coastal waters can infect humans and present a significant public health risk.

What are 4 of the most common parasitic roundworms that infect humans? ›

Types of Parasitic Roundworm Diseases
  • Ascariasis.
  • Hookworm Disease.
  • Pinworm Infection.
  • Strongyloidiasis.
  • Trichinosis.
  • Whipworm Disease.

Which is not a human parasite? ›

Answer: housefly is not a human parasite.

Which food is more likely to transmit parasites to humans? ›

By consuming foods (such as raw or undercooked meats, especially pork, lamb, or wild game) or drinking untreated water (from rivers or ponds) that may contain the parasite.

Is a virus a parasite? ›

Viruses are small obligate intracellular parasites, which by definition contain either a RNA or DNA genome surrounded by a protective, virus-coded protein coat. Viruses may be viewed as mobile genetic elements, most probably of cellular origin and characterized by a long co-evolution of virus and host.

What are the different types of worms that enter the human body? ›

Below are the most common types of parasitic worms that infect humans and are not usually visible to the naked eye.
  • Pinworms (Enterobius vermicularis) ...
  • Tapeworms (Taenia solium) ...
  • Roundworms (Ascaris lumbricoides) ...
  • Roundworms (Wuchereria bancrofti) ...
  • Roundworms (Trichinella ) ...
  • Flatworms (Fasciola hepatica)
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Is a leech a parasite? ›

Leeches are hermaphroditic parasites of phylum Annelida and class Hirudinea. There are over 600 species of leeches. A minority of these are sanguinivorous and the cause of human morbidity. Historically, leeches have been used for medicinal purposes with the earliest recorded being 1500 BC.

Can you swallow a tapeworm? ›

If you ingest certain tapeworm eggs, they can migrate outside your intestines and form larval cysts in body tissues and organs (invasive infection). If you ingest tapeworm larvae, however, they develop into adult tapeworms in your intestines (intestinal infection).

Can worms be found in urine? ›

Over several weeks, the parasites migrate through host tissue and develop into adult worms inside the blood vessels of the body. Once mature, the worms mate and females produce eggs. Some of these eggs travel to the bladder or intestine and are passed into the urine or stool.

What parasite causes kidney stones? ›

Dioctophyme renale, commonly referred to as the giant kidney worm, is a parasitic nematode (roundworm) whose mature form is found in the kidneys of mammals.
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Dioctophyme renale
Genus:Dioctophyme
Species:D. renale
Binomial name
Dioctophyme renale (Goeze, 1782)
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What are 10 examples of commensalism? ›

10 Examples Of Commensalism In Nature
  • Golden Jackals. A golden jackal waits for a meal, with vultures in the background, in the wilderness in India. ...
  • Remora (Sucker Fish) Lemon shark with remora fish. ...
  • Cattle Egrets. ...
  • Burdock Plants. ...
  • Pseudoscorpions. ...
  • Hermit Crabs. ...
  • Arctic Fox. ...
  • Owls.

What is an example of commensalism with humans? ›

Microbiota on the skin and gastrointestinal tract, wherein commensal bacteria flourish, is an example of commensalism in humans. Fungus Aspergillus grow in the gastrointestinal tract of humans and share commensalism with them. The human GI tract provides a suitable environment to grow without harming the host humans.

What kind of parasite is white? ›

Pinworms, also known as threadworms, are tiny white or light gray worms that cause the common infection called enterobiasis. Usually found in children, pinworm can be treated with anti-parasitic medications that do not require a prescription.

Is a fetus a parasite? ›

The human foetus and placenta have a different genotype from the mother. The foetus has been described before as acting in a parasitic way: it avoids rejection by the mother and exerts considerable influence over her metabolism for its own benefit, in particular diverting blood and nutrients.

What are the 4 parasites? ›

There are four species of intestinal helminthic parasites, also known as geohelminths and soil-transmitted helminths: Ascaris lumbricoides (roundworm), Trichiuris trichiuria (whipworm), Ancylostoma duodenale, and Necator americanicus (hookworms).

What are 2 examples of parasitism? ›

Examples of parasitism are the helminths (worms) in the intestines of the host, lice (Pediculus humanus capitis) in human head, Plasmodium species transmitted by anopheline mosquito and causing malaria in humans.

Are cockroaches parasite? ›

The protozoan parasite infestations on the external body surfaces of the cockroaches were identified as Cryptosporidium spp. (15.4%, 42/272), Entamoeba histolytica/E.
...
Table II.
Types of parasitesNo. of cockroaches infested (%)No. of parasites isolated
Only protozoa99 (47.4)131
Both18 (8.6)43
Total209 (100)272
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Is Bed bug a parasite? ›

Bed bugs (Cimex lectularius) are small, flat, parasitic insects that feed solely on the blood of people and animals while they sleep. Bed bugs are reddish-brown in color, wingless, range from 1mm to 7mm (roughly the size of Lincoln's head on a penny), and can live several months without a blood meal.

Which is the best example of a parasitic relationship? ›

Examples of Parasitism Types

obligate parasitism - The parasite is completely dependent on the host to survive. For example, head lice will die without a host. facultative parasitism - The parasite can live independently but also live off other organisms. A roundworm can infect mammals or live free.

What is an example of parasitism in the ocean? ›

Examples of common parasites found in the ocean include nematodes, leeches, and barnacles. That's right—though barnacles exist commensally with whales, they are parasites for swimming crabs. A barnacle may root itself within a crab's reproductive system.

Are humans parasites on plants? ›

Solution : No. Parasites live on the host and derive nutrition from it. They do not eat any body part of the host. But, man or other animals (like cow) eat plants or plant products So, man and the other animals are not parasites. .

What are two examples of an animal parasite? ›

Animal parasites
  • Fleas on cats and dogs.
  • Dog heartworm.
  • Roundworms in dogs and cats.
  • Toxoplasmosis in cats.
  • White-spot disease in fish.

What are agricultural parasites? ›

Animal parasites and their effect on agriculture

A parasite is an organism that lives in or on another and takes its nourishment from that other organism, or “host.” Parasites of animals and humans come in many forms, including helminths (worms), arthropods (lice, ticks, mosquitoes, etc.), and protozoa.

What are 10 examples of commensalism? ›

10 Examples Of Commensalism In Nature
  • Golden Jackals. A golden jackal waits for a meal, with vultures in the background, in the wilderness in India. ...
  • Remora (Sucker Fish) Lemon shark with remora fish. ...
  • Cattle Egrets. ...
  • Burdock Plants. ...
  • Pseudoscorpions. ...
  • Hermit Crabs. ...
  • Arctic Fox. ...
  • Owls.

What is an example of mutualism in humans? ›

Humans also have a mutualistic relationship with certain strains of Escherichia coli, another bacterium found in the gut. E. coli relies on intestinal contents for nutrients, and humans derive certain vitamins from E. coli, particularly vitamin K, which is required for the formation of blood clotting factors.

What are some examples of commensalism? ›

The simplest example of commensalism is a bird making a nest in a tree. The tree provides shelter and protection to the bird without getting significantly harmed or affected by the bird. Another typical example is the cattle egrets (birds) that feed upon the insects stirred up by the feeding cattle.

What are parasites in the human body? ›

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. There are three main classes of parasites that can cause disease in humans: protozoa, helminths, and ectoparasites. Entamoeba histolytica is a protozoan. A microscope is necessary to view this parasite.

What is parasitism in environmental science? ›

Parasitism is a symbiosis in which one organism, the parasite, causes harm to another, the host, which the parasite utilizes as habitat and depends on for resource acquisition [12]. From: Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2008.

Is a mosquito a parasite? ›

Are Mosquitoes Parasites? In biological terms, organisms that live on a host and depend on it to survive are parasites. Even though they feed on their host's blood, mosquitoes do not live on their hosts as do head lice, for example.

What type of relationship exists between dog and human? ›

Dogs not only become very attached to their owners, but the owners in turn get attached to their pets just as much. This is a true symbiotic relationship. Because the symbiosis is based on equal benefits to both participant species, the relationship is inseparable once bonded.

What is an example of parasitism in the tropical rainforest? ›

Answer and Explanation: An example of parasitism in the rainforest is the strangler fig tree and their host trees. Strangler figs are a category of fig tree that wrap around a host tree and form a hollow shell. The fig tree outcompetes the host for sunlight and nutrients, smothering it.

Can humans get parasites from the ocean? ›

Several parasites that infect marine and coastal animals or contaminate the marine and coastal waters can infect humans and present a significant public health risk.

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