I got called by Saunders Publishing Company, wanted me to be co-author of this book, and it had been in the works for several years. They had put a team together of about 20 or 30 different authors, each of them had different sections to do. One of them would be doing elephants, one would be doing hoofstock, one would be doing primates, one would be doing marsupials and so forth. And all of these authors were to do their section for Saunders because there were no, really any texts on zoo medicine. And one by one the authors, these were usually veterinarians or in zoos or others of university, whatever. One by one the authors wouldn’t meet their deadlines, and they, you know, would kinda drop out. And at each time, Joel Wallach was doing more of it. He said, “Well, I can do that also.