She had a group of at one time, 60, 65 spider monkeys that dwindled down to smaller numbers from inbreeding animals weren’t bred in, the exhibit was, you know, a 60 year old falling apart, concrete mess. And I remember that they wanted to have a picture, get a picture of staff on the zoo, the day they were gonna start demolition of the exhibit. They wanted to get a picture of staff on Monkey Island to do it, and I was begrudgingly going there, not thrilled, didn’t like the idea of having to do it. And it was probably one of the few times that I got a call on the radio that USDA was there. And it was one of the few times I was happy to see USDA. And then didn’t make it to the picture.