Has BitBucket made an extra tag?

I created a tag using the BitBucket web UI.

The tag can be seen here: https://bitbucket.org/njlr/hello-buckaroo/commits/tag/v0.1.0

As you can see, the tag should point to commit 4ead5911c2d85e06873eecd0dff6229ada3e101c.

However, we I query the tags in the Git CLI, there seems to be an extra tag:

git ls-remote --tags git@bitbucket.org:njlr/hello-buckaroo.git

5339ed577895ffd2c8e4aac683efec9f855d5c91    refs/tags/v0.1.0
4ead5911c2d85e06873eecd0dff6229ada3e101c    refs/tags/v0.1.0^{}


Where did 5339ed577895ffd2c8e4aac683efec9f855d5c91 come from? Why did BitBucket create this?


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Please create a support ticket for this. If you have any trouble creating a ticket, please let me know.


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