Well, basically we weren’t, as veterinary students, given much training in exotic animal medicine. There was one elective course as a senior and I had these students for one week out of the year to come to the Columbus Zoo and to try and teach them. And basically the main focus of this was to give them information about working with animals that they might see in private practice, raccoons, skunks, ferrets, pocket pets, and also then some bird medicine, primarily citizen type parrots type birds, things like this. And then to go into some of the rehab work that they might get into such as working with injured raptors, that where they might be called upon to assist putting an eagle or a hawk back together. Now you talked about that you were full-time veterinarian at the zoo, and then you became the mammal curator ’cause of the vacancy.