You take down the chainlink fence and you dig a moat. And then of course, before when you put the zebras out, you string some burlap along so then they’ll know where the boundary. Then you eventually take that down. Now the same visitor comes up and stands at the same spot, looks into the same amount of space at the same zebras and says, look, how much more freedom those zebras have, but it’s because they’re not looking through a chainlink fence. So we wanted to do that. The animals are doing fine, husbandry-wise, they were breeding, they were healthy. They’re living a long time. We felt we had adequate facility for the animal.