I just evolved into that, because as we took veterinary students for two-month blocks along, then that evolved into setting up a residency program, which is for a veterinarian who has graduated from veterinary school already, and wants to devote his career to zoo medicine. So that’s something that we started in about 1974. So I was at the zoo for maybe four years by that time. And that I did have to sell to the director and to the university because that was a paid position. It was paid by the zoo to the university. The resident got paid by the university, got their paycheck there, but the zoo deposited that there. We set it up that way. It was the first residency that was zoo-based.