It’s on the slopes of Diamond Head Crater on White Key Beach. Essentially, it’s a diamond in the rough. When I moved there or lived, was in the Navy there, the mammals in the zoo, total mammal population was about six domestic goats and about the same number of reeses and capuchin monkeys, though that is the total mammal population that zoo had dropped down to. There were 12 Galapagos tortoises that had been collected in the Galapagos by Dr. Townson here at the New York Zoological Society, he was director of the aquarium here. And in the ’20s, he collected the tortoises and distributed them to a number of zoo facilities throughout the mainland. And Honolulu Zoo in the ’20s received 13 of these animals. So when I got there, there were 12 of them and they were now adults, and then a large bird collection and that was it. And the history, to go back a bit, the zoo began in 1914, which was only seven years after the city and county of Honolulu was established.