Overall, reintroduction back into the wild of animals from a zoo is extremely difficult, in reality. There have been many reptile species that have obviously successfully been reintroduced back into the wild. There have been work with, I know that Fort Worth Zoo has been working with Penguin reintroductions into various different areas. But they are few and far between. And the reason for that is that it’s very difficult, not only to work with the governments and the entities that are in the areas where you’re trying to reintroduce an animal, but also from a standpoint of working with the transport, getting the animals there, getting everything such that animals can survive in that area again. Training them to be able to acclimate to the climate. And then you have, as a veterinarian, the disease factors. So you are taking an animal that has not been exposed to the diseases that may be found in that area, and therefore you lose the animals to disease.