Zoos can’t, no, I don’t think zoos can be airtight against interference. They can certainly be strong and they can resist it a lot, but they can’t be airtight. And even when they are strong, that’s gonna change, that’s gonna fluctuate. So the zoo has to be able to, like animals, has to be able to adapt, I think. Even a privately owned zoo, and I’ve been to some privately owned zoos that are open to the public that are very successful, but even they, they may not have the city government to contend with or whatever, but they still have outside influences that impact them. It’s a dynamic living institution, it’s gonna fluctuate, and it’s a human institution. It’s gonna fluctuate to some extent by who’s involved with the zoo at the time, who’s on the staff, who’s on the board, whatever.