And in fact there’s nothing wrong with an uneducated keeper. It’s just that you’re not necessarily gonna get the highest caliber out of them, but they’re fine in doing the work. I’ve always found that the best keepers are not graduate keepers at all. They’re probably somewhere around a school leaving certificate who smart enough to read, write, intelligent enough to research stuff, but not huge, great lofty aspirations. But we also brought in a graduate keeper program to inject, just to simply inject graduates into the keeper ranks and call them animal management officers. And so they were graduates, preferably zoologists, but they could be biologists. They could be even chemistry or something like that, some kind of degree. And they would hopefully stay as field keepers, but take on very specialist roles.