Big crowds started immediately and they continued. And the zoo, I think that was the turning point for Columbus Zoo in terms of popularity in the community. It was always popular, but it was a place where you go for a day’s outing because it was 16 miles from town and along with the Scioto River in a nice area, a nice picnic area, but when the gorilla came, they were coming to see this baby gorilla. In fact, there was a contest to name the gorilla. And so the gorilla baby was named Colo for Columbus, Ohio, and Colo is still alive today.