I think it has more to do with the long term aspiration of the individual veterinarian as to whether or not he wants to be bothered with all the other skill sets that he needs to develop to be a good director. He’s gotta have an interest in finances. He’s gotta have an interest in personnel management. Hopefully, if he’s gonna run a good zoo, he has to have a decent knowledge of horticulture and construction. Zoos are always building something. And if you’re going to design something and yet don’t know how to standard construction works, you may try and design something for an exhibit that’s totally unbuildable. So all of these things play into it and it takes more than just sticking your head in a medical book to learn it than a lot of veterinarians are willing to do. Some people are better off to if they are a good veterinarian to stay in the medical field.