And it’s still the case today, I mean, a lot of these species that normally were available and you could get them from dealers that brought them in from the wild doesn’t happen anymore. And if it does that, the cost of obtaining a large mammal is just astronomical. So yeah, a lot of things changed and collections had a tendency to get smaller. I think the advent of the species survival plan caused a lot of collection species to disappear because of the restrictions that were put on which ones could be bred. And if they were part of the species survival package within the zoo community, they were managed by an outside party. And you were basically told which animals you could breed or you couldn’t breed the entire species because they were represented. A lot of species were turned off because they couldn’t find homes for the offspring. And I think it’s done a really disservice to the overall captive population in a lot of zoos.