And finally, when the Salk vaccine was about to be approved, the labs needing monkeys increased because there was competition, not just the Salk vaccine, actually, the March of Dimes set up their own monkey holding facility to supply other researchers, because developing this use of the monkeys was a fundamental basis for developing the vaccine. That was the shortage. That was the bottleneck in producing the vaccine. The labs didn’t have enough monkeys. So suddenly, there’s this great demand for the monkeys. So there were very few animal dealers in Southeast Asia that were experienced animal dealers in shipping monkeys. We dealt with about five different agencies, different suppliers. They were almost all secondary businesses from people that were importers of carvings, rosewood carvings, animal dealers that were never truly specializing in monkeys, but had birds, monkeys were a sideline.