Well, I’m always interested in how animals are managed. Part of the veterinarian’s challenge is that we see the animal when the animal is sick or thought to be sick, although I firmly believed that, one of the things Tom taught me was it’s so important that you also know what normal behavior is. Learn normal behavior first, then you can know and recognize when you’ve got abnormal behavior occurring as a veterinarian. That’s very important to know. With something you might think is not normal, like the body temperature of sloths being 88, and trying to warm up a sloth because you think that the temperature’s too low at 88. Well, no, that’s their normal temperature. That’s what they do normally. So knowing normals is just as important as knowing abnormals.