And visitors could touch, could look through the maps, decide whether they wanted to buy shoes and radios for wardens or help purchase a new piece of land to enlarge a park or whatever and touch it and the money would go there. And that was in 1999, June of 1999 when it opened. By 2009, it had raised $10,000,600,000. All of it had gone to central African conservation. No percentage was taken away for the zoo, all of them went there. This is what we’ve got to do for elephants. This is what we’ve got to do for tigers. I’m getting off.