One pregnant female that gave birth, I think, to about eight offspring, of which about half survived. And this is the founder population of the billions and billions of golden hamsters we have nowadays. I fully admit that probably our golden hamsters that are domesticated, in the meantime, probably wouldn’t survive in the wild anymore. But it’s a population that is breeding very strongly and very healthy. And if you have only related animals, you have to continue breeding. Otherwise, you will lose a species. And this isn’t well understood.