But in fact, the zoos, all of our zoos back in the day got animals, and we got animals through animal dealers. That’s how we got them. That’s how we got ’em into the states. And so when we looked to rescue three elephants outta Botswana, we were called by AZA to rescue three elephants outta Botswana that were under threat of being shot, because there had been a death of the animal handler, and the animal handler had been killed. And in Africa, especially in Botswana, when a wild elephant kills a human, they are shot. And so these animals were under threat of being shot by the government, but they actually were ride elephants, and they were elephants that were good elephants, females. Three female elephants, breeding age, 18. And they were all gonna be shot because of this death of this caretaker.