No, I talked to my staff and told them what was gonna happen. I gave every single curator that was under my responsibility a carte blanche to go out and get animals. I said, “I don’t care how much they cost. I don’t care where you have to get them as long as they’re legal, but go get them.” And especially the birds, I used to call the Bird House. I got, it was like the silent spring in the Bird House, there were no birds. I mean, that curator built that collection up beautifully. Same thing with small mammals, same thing with hoofstock and primates, we were really kind of stuck with primates, the larger monkeys ’cause we didn’t police put them. But I think they did a really exemplary job of taking the fact that they were given a free hand to do this.