And then they, more and more ate grown up gorilla food, more fruits and cereals rather than just milk. So then we moved them to the zoo and where they thrived. And then in ’65, I left the zoo. They were then would be six years old and they did very well. And my successor Jack Throp spent a lot of time and effort trying to find them successful breeding loans. He got, over a period of years, females here. Congo went to live in the zoo in Phoenix, on breeding loans for many years. That was unsuccessful.