Well we tried to do that with the giraffe anesthesias I explained and that didn’t work, because we had to change the way that we did it. And then the TB again doesn’t work as well in that direction because of, you know, you don’t have confinement, and you can’t get your hands on the animals as easily. I think, probably not really, I would think we’d get more information to help captive animals by doing the clinically applied research in a zoo setting, in a captive setting, which is more likely to give us more hands-on of the individual, more data gathering points, and making more valid conclusions from our results. You indicated that you were going out into the field.