The zoo was an, it operated very heavily on improvise. There was a sign in the director’s office, every day we have to accomplish more and more with less and less, I can recall that. So he said, now here’s one way we achieve that, come out. And he had another kid, this was an older kid. He was carrying a blow gun, real old fashioned blow gun. Made of bamboo, all heated, treated, and I presume at one time the Burmese folks used them in warfare, at least they used him to kill birds. So what this, he says now, whatever the guy’s name was, his job is to catch the small mammals with the blow gun, there’s no poison in it, is just an arrow, And we use those to feed the clouded leopards and then the other cats. We save on the food bill that way.