Yes. But certainly training in their special interest fields, whether they’re mammal experts or birds or invertebrates, insects, or fish, or whatever. You would expect them to have experience in training in terms of the elements that would be important in the management of captive individuals. So you would expect them to come with that, but I think you would also expect them to come with general familiarity with the concerns in conservation biology. And you should know by the way that it was Bill Conway and I who put up the seed money for the Society for Conservation Biology. Our institutions were basically the founding parties for the society for conservation biology in this country, which is now an international domain, holding meetings in Beijing, and God knows where else. So I would expect curators to come with at least some background in conservation biology and appropriate training in terms of real field-oriented ecology. Not just desktop modeling and manipulations.