And all of a sudden, instead of having… if you’re shipping baby elephants, orangs, tigers, all of the monkeys, all of the animals from Southeast Asia, no longer had to get on a ship and have a long circuitous route from Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, wherever they were originating. They had a long way on the ocean to go to get to America on a ship. And there were many losses. It was very difficult, particularly with produce such as fresh produce for the, for example, leaf-eating monkeys. But at any rate, all of a sudden, the demand for animals for US zoos could be met by animals, particularly the ones I’m familiar with, are the Southeast Asia sources. Either of Southeast Asia or Australia, or Northern Asia with Japan. And all of a sudden Hawaii, at the so-called crossroads of the Pacific, was in a completely key situation.