Yeah, I think there was resentment, not only for the first female keeper, but I think there was resentment on the part of a lot of the keepers. And I think to a certain extent, the curatorial staff, I don’t know about Ted, but over the fact that they were taking jobs that traditionally didn’t belong to women, especially in jobs where it required dangerous work, heavy work. I mean, at one time, I mean, every keeper that was working on the elephants was a female. But they’ve all proven themselves able to do the job and do it very well. So, I mean, I really didn’t have a problem, I just thought that the fact that Brenda basically broke the mold on what the keeper force was gonna be, from there on in. And that was a pretty major hire. And I don’t think anybody else had hired any women keepers before that. I don’t know for sure, but it was traditionally a male position.