I think the simplest, nothing strikes me really quickly as to an event that occurred during my almost 20 years in the Honolulu Zoo, as probably the event that had the most far-reaching effects was the Endangered Species Act that began in ’69 and took effect with most of its ramifications in the early ’70s. And the Endangered Species Act pretty well changed the way zoos obtained animals from overseas by greatly complicating the access of these animals by the animal dealers. And it made obtaining many species that previously had been acquired in some quantities like orangs and tigers much more difficult. And that’s the key thing, I think, of the one thing that comes to mind. And the Endangered Species Act also focused more attention on the many native Hawaiian birds, which brings to mind the nene. We’re gonna talk about that in a minute. We got that down. I want to talk about that, the whole group of them.