And it’s a lot of book knowledge, but books are important. They need to read books, but they haven’t had the hands-on experience. I sometimes think it’d be great if those who wanna be curators could spend time, not just working as a keeper in a zoo, but working on a well-managed farm. my livestock farmers, boy, they can work with their animals quite well. And I think that would be good. The other thing is I’m concerned that today’s curators and maybe zoo people in general, are losing the culture of zoological parks. We’re losing the significance of how zoos developed and what they are today and the history of zoos. And the perspective of, if you live in America, the perspective of US zoos in relation to other worlds zoos, particularly European zoos, but even oriental zoos in Australia or wherever it may be.