I haven’t had much contact or hardly no contact with South America because the vicuna was, at one time, in danger. And it was from millions of specimens in the ’50s. It was down to 10,000 in the ’60s. But at that time, we kept in Europe, just 40 vicunas, in North America, they have gone. So these 40 vicunas in Europe couldn’t play a role for the survival of the species and, therefore, I hardly ever had any contact with South America.