Well, Ted, was certainly my mentor. I mean, he didn’t actually tell me I had to write papers. I think that was something that just happened. And it happened because of things that we were doing in the zoo that were really kind of first time things. I mean, first births, new exhibits. And I felt personally that these were important to get out so that people could see that you could do mixed species exhibits, for instance, you could build this kind of an exhibit in this environment, whatever. And it wasn’t just me, but I mean, we really encouraged the keepers to get involved and they wouldn’t actually write the papers, the curators and myself, we’d write the papers with their input, and then they coauthored the papers. And I wrote a lot of papers for the FONZ Magazine.