So I think that what people miss when they’re talking about animal rights and criticizing zoos is, often they’re looking at where we were 20, 30, 40 years ago, and not looking at the fact that, wait a minute, we’ve grown, we’ve learned, we’ve evolved. We’re getting better and better and better in what we do, and we’re learning from our mistakes. We’re learning from the things we tried and failed, we’re learning from the things we tried that worked, and we’re not stagnant, and we’re doing the best we possibly can for the animals. The other thing I think people miss, and I don’t know what the exact statistic is, but 93% or better, it was 93% when I left the zoo world. But 93% or better of the animals in our care were born in zoos. They weren’t born in the wild. They were born in zoos. So all they know is that this exhibit, like the polar bear cub I talked about, who broke his leg trying to get back into his exhibit, because that’s home.