No, that our zoo is hugely successful in raising birds of paradise, but not at the time I was director. We built the collection up to the largest it ever reached. It was the largest collection in the nation, was after I brought these 15 birds of paradise in from Sir Edward at that time. With these 15, we had 29 birds of paradise, of perhaps a little more than perhaps, slightly greater than 12 species. Several species not on display anywhere else in the nation. We had two pair, almost nest, and almost as in baseball doesn’t hack it. One pair of red birds-of-paradise laid eggs and broke the eggs. The blue bird-of-paradise, a really lovely mountain form, laid eggs several years in a row, made a lovely nest, laid the eggs, incubated the eggs in the nest.