As Peter Scott told me, he said the big thing I think, Paul, is that what zoos can provide in conservation is way more than just raising a few to be released in the wild, and restock depleted populations. That’s important, but depleted populations are depleted usually for a reason, having to do almost always with people. And if people can become more aware of these creatures by seeing them in a zoo, learning to appreciate them, that’s the major role a zoo can perform in the world of conservation.