Well, during some of our rhino importations in talking with the African field veterinarians, we would share stories and we had some veterinarians here that were full-time zoo veterinarians that went over there and helped with some of the field work and stories about being chased by rhinos and having to run up trees and things like this. But all in all, I think if you use common sense and if you didn’t push the envelope in working with the animals, why most times it wasn’t extremely dangerous, probably more problem with what you couldn’t see with the insects than with the disease processes around than with the actual charging elephant or rhino. You knew enough to get out of their way. You didn’t necessarily know enough to get out of the way of the insect passing azapropazone infection to you.