You just flip the ear open, put some, you know, have the hose going with warm water, that vein stands out and you can draw a blood sample. I mean, anybody can do that. Doesn’t have to be somebody who’s skilled. The keepers could do it, and did it. And then we could run the hormones, and we can see that the elephants are cycling about three times a year, not you know, monthly or anything like that. And so that’s the first part of artificial insemination, being able to tell when the female’s gonna be receptive to inseminating, the other part, being able to collect the semen and do that. And then the third part, then doing the insemination and being successful. We used a colonoscope, big scope that you would normally use to do a colonoscopy or whatever, but we could pass it in through the vaginal opening, get all the way up to the cervix with it, and then we could inseminate at that point.