No, so we always tried to structure the zoo so that they understood if you have a nephew who likes tigers, then we have a zoo explorer program and he’d be welcome to join that. And we would certainly try to help him know more about tigers, and so on. It’s a delicate thing. It’s a bit much. I recall when I was a keeper in Kansas City Zoo, Mr. Cully, the director of the Kansas City Zoo, had his house on the zoo grounds. And, Sunday, theoretically was his day off. Although he usually made the rounds anyway. But if the chairman of the board of park commissioners came out with his grandkids, he’d go right to Mr. Cully’s house and say, “I want a tour of the zoo.” And poor guy, he had to do that.