First of all, snakes alone as a whole group, are totally prohibited based on a state law that was established way back in Hawaii, it was a territory. And my successor Jack Throp enabled that law to be revised to zoo only, two only, males only, non-venomous only. But we’re a rabies-free island, which is unique, particularly unique in the state, in the mainland. It’s the only state that is rabies-free. And so we have a strict, formally, it was a tight quarantine. Now it’s a looser quarantine combined with the proper number than the sequence of vaccinations that people can bring dogs in with a very short, I think just an overnight observation. We have very few restrictions for the zoo though. Pretty much everything that a normal zoo would have, we could have, with the exception of the snakes.