(George chuckles) Well in addition to her own direct involvement, say in the wolf and frog studies, God, she was very tolerant. I’ve used that word a lot, but it means a lot in terms of simply putting up with my goings and comings and the time I spent with on my own studies. So Mary was deeply involved. And one of the things that she did that benefited most of my senior staff and others as a zoo librarian, Mary would circulate recent journal articles to the attention of different curators. And so she would note a particular article of interest and direct it to their attention. Otherwise they probably would not have seen even half of the literature that they did see, the scientific publications, the research observations, and so on, so Mary was a mentor in a different fashion.