7k extra prefixes?

Can someone explain this:

BGP table version is 4043818, main routing table version 4043818
52606 network entries (146045/157874 paths) using 11039224 bytes of memory
12848 BGP path attribute entries using 1589828 bytes of memory
27663 BGP route-map cache entries using 442608 bytes of memory
0 BGP filter-list cache entries using 0 bytes of memory
Dampening enabled. 245 history paths, 46 dampened paths

Note the second line. That's up about 7k prefixes from what it was
last time I looked. I'm looking through the routing table now and
haven't found anything obvious yet.



Aparently one of our peers was sending a full routing table to us over
MAE-east. However, we still have over 47k routes which is 2k over
Tony Bates' count today...