And they associate with that animal. I think zoos and AZA are making great strides in improving the accepted standards for facilities and management of elephants. I would like to see that continue, but all animals in zoos, no matter how naturalistic you make the exhibit look to the visitor, or even how much behavioral enrichment you provide for the animals, they’re not in the wild. They’re in the zoo. Although animals in the wild are paralleling animals in zoos, to some extent because animals adapted to zoos accept the close proximity of human beings. And if you’d been to Africa, you know animals in national parks accept the close proximity of human beings in vehicles. Otherwise you’ll never get any decent photographs. If you go to a truly wild remote area of Africa, all you get is rear-end shots of the animal running away.