So it was a beautiful natural moat system. And there was no need for concrete retaining walls or anything like that. And then the night house areas or the holding pen areas, we disguised behind artificial rock work. We made out a gunite wire, reinforcing gunite, and it worked beautifully. There’s a few things that we did animal management wise, for instance, in all the hoofstock exhibits, we made an area that we could get up and shoot down on them with a capture gun. ‘Cause hoofstock by and large don’t look up. And it’s an amazing experience for instance, to go into an exhibit with an impala or gazelle and climb up into a tree about five feet high, and they’ll walk right underneath you. They won’t even see you.