We worked with the Springfield Zoo that did have a bull elephant, that they used to collect semen from, and they agreed. We would know the week that the elephant was gonna cycle and we’d say, “We don’t know what day, but we know it’s gonna be this week.” And, “Well, we’ll send semen up every day.” So every day we would inseminate it. We were never successful with it. We eventually sent two of our females down there to get bred and then, so we have an active program. We had our first, you know, elephant born. Our first bull elephant was the first baby, that we’ve kept as the bull now. But elephants require a lot of effort, and unless you have the space and the finances to be able to back that, then you probably shouldn’t have them in your zoo.