Intramuscularly. And that was the beautiful thing about it. ‘Cause the only way you could give it to some of these animals was with a capture gun and the projectile syringe. And the capture gun of course was developed by chemist by the name of Red Palmer in Georgia. And we got one that was in the mid 1950s. We got one of his first ones probably around 1960, 61. Just about the time I got to the zoo. Was a unique device, ’cause it was just more than a air pistol that had an enlarged bore barrel put on the top of it.