Yeah, I really do. I think escapes today, first of all, are pretty rare. I mean, in fact it sounds like what’s going on today is that the animals aren’t actually getting out, the public is getting in, which is a shame because with all the open exhibits now, I mean, before back in the 60s, we didn’t have openings exhibits. They were mostly all caged exhibits. So the public couldn’t really get physically in. I mean, they could get up to the exhibit, but not physically in. I remember another case where, and this keeper got, I think, fired over it, where well, actually I was standing outside the Lion House and I was talking to another keeper. And this volunteer keeper had just opened the gate to go into the Jaguar exhibit and was in there sweeping up.