And that was a critical thing because the bridge was just slightly would clear the crate of the animal on the trailer, but the animal’s head came about a foot and a half above the crate. And that was as close to a military operation as we ever achieved for our zoo, whatever was necessary to achieve. Because we did as far, as much advanced planning as possible. It came to the coast, went to San Diego, arranged, looked at the trailer, looked at the, they’d rented the lowest low bed trailer they could get and had the crate. So everything was just slightly under the 15 feet, Which was the clearance at the railway bridge up by Carlsbad, just below Camp Pendleton, along the coast highway. There was no other way that we could, other route that was practical. We had to do that route. So what we had to do was train the animal to lower its head underneath the railway bridge.