Well, as far as skeletons go, I lived in west side of Cleveland, I walked the creeks in the springtime, when the floods came along and drowned a bunches of animals and pick up the pieces of them and bring them back home, put them together. And then when I was in college, I did some work for one of those zoologists there preparing skeletons. And then in zoo work, of course I prepared some of them. I used to donate a lot of specimens to the Florida Museum. They used to come down once, or once every couple of months and pick things up for me. But it was interesting to me, when I was a kid, I built model airplanes. And so this is like building something with the parts already made. The problem was of course that we got the Endangered Species Act, and Marine Mammal Act and all the restrictions that go along with that.