We had an entrance where you could see all around to that room, and you’d walk down that path. And at the end was a T. And on one side we had a live deer. Actually, it wasn’t a deer, it was gazelle. But it was very tame, very gentle, and very active. I mean, not trying to climb out, but just sniffing and flipping its ear, and flipping its tail, its ears, and flipping its tail and all that. On the other side we had a very good dioramic exhibit of a deer, a doe, a kid deer. We brought school kids in there and adults.