And the number that I remember, the first winter, we had to consolidate animals together to keep ’em warm in the Catskill Mountains. We had a barn roughly a 100-feet long and 50-feet wide. That barn held male, only male, red kangaroos. A red kangaroo stands six-feet tall in a sitting position. And the following spring, we were told to move the male kangaroos, and there were only males kept in that barn. I remember that one keeper and I, Frank Dovish and Frank Thompson, caught with our hands and carried them into the transport vehicle, turned them loose again, and drove them to a summer enclosure where they would be that second summer. We moved 100 kangaroos in one day, the two of us, just the two of us. We got to know a lot about kangaroos that day.