(chuckles) What a marvelous question. There, and I don’t mean this disrespectfully, but there was no curatorial staff. Mr. Cully was a knowledgeable experienced zoo man, an animal man, and then became an administrator and a construction man and development man, everything you need to be to be a zoo director at that time. And the assistant director was Vigil Pettigrew who, as I say, was a great guy, but a glorified foreman. The most knowledgeable animal person of all was Benny Henry who had an intuitive feel for animals and was just a marvelous guy. And I learned so much from him. So there was no curatorial staff. Oh, Dan Watson was on the staff and he was the most educated.