We got them separated. But those were the days where the old cage type exhibits and the totally unsatisfactory way of keeping animals. The only thing I’d say about those days, is they got people interested in animals. And if you’re gonna get people interested in conserving animals, you gotta get them interested in product first. And that would be the animal itself. And so they were successful in that way. But captive breeding was not a big program back in those days. And it was mainly just educational experience, I guess.