If you shot a chimpanzee, for instance, with it, the chimpanzee would rip it out, and throw it back at you before the thing even discharged. But with the powder charge, it got the dose right now and it worked well, and we used it on a few escaped animals (laughs). So you were really on the pioneering end of using this delivery system for animals. Yeah, we were. And sertraline, ketamine were the drugs of choice that we used. They had experimented with the paralytic agents like succinylcholine, even nicotine sulfate before that. But the problem with them is that the dose varied from animal to animal, from situation to situation. You could inject an animal in the morning and in the afternoon it would take half the dose, or maybe twice a dose.