Well, I had to depend upon them. Certainly they’re the ones who, you know, are with the animals all day, and they know if their animal isn’t acting properly. And so I, like I said, I tried to learn a lot from them, but I also tried to help them. And you know, if I was doing a necropsy on an animal, I brought the keeper up and I said, “Look, you know, okay here, and this is,” you know, just going through some of the anatomy with them even. You know, and you open up and you see the lungs, and the lungs are all deteriorated, well you know hat that animal must have shown, seen some signs before that.