We’re a zoo, we have plants, and we have water and we’ve got animals, but I guess if you wanna call it a bio park, that’s fine, but we’re really a zoological park. And we have ancillary exhibits of plants, but if you wanna call it that, that’s fine, but we’re a zoo and the zoo has animals and we’re not getting animals anymore, we’re losing animals more rapidly than we’re bringing in new animals. And it was a problem. It was and then in ’96, I mean, the careers of five people were gone just like that. And it wasn’t because we weren’t doing our jobs. It was because the zoo was mismanaged to a point where it ran out of money to pay salaries. And we were the highest paid people in the animal operation. So we were basically told, we’re giving you a buyout.