And even, this was about the time technology was coming in in the late 80s. Then our thought was to have that parallel with a researcher in Africa who has lions radio collared or whatever they’re going to do and watching their movements and have the kids compare those movements with the ones at the zoo in Topeka. And now today you can have all this interaction with all the researchers. The kids at the Topeka Zoo could even ask the researcher in Africa questions. And, oh, man, it could be so great that we didn’t get to do that. But I did develop what I called the Cubs Adventure Path, which was parallel to the exhibit, a little path that kids could go down where they had to crawl through a hollow tree trunk, go over a little bridge, so on and so on. I didn’t get permission from the city to do that, because I didn’t think I needed it. We just did it.