Not necessarily. You know, if you have endangered species, or species that need to be reproduced, and a breeding program of that, then yes. But if you have, there’s some zoos that may be just for display. Some common zebras are different than Grevy zebras, that would be endangered. But if you just have common zebras there, there’d be no reason to necessarily be breeding them, or you know, even reticulated giraffe. Maybe you don’t, you know, they’re represented already and they would not need to be, continued to be breeding. Now a constant complaint, or at least somewhat of a complaint from zoo directors is there are too few good curators in the community today.