Well, we tried very, very hard to get the research department to work with the collection. And actually it wasn’t that easy because they had their own research work that they were doing. And we had a lot of issues that we wanted them to look at, especially stereotypic behavior, for instance, in some of the bears and in some of the primates mating behavior. And we did have input from some of the scientists that wanted to work on a particular species. We had somebody working on sable antelope. We had somebody working on dorcas gazelles. Kathy Rawls, did her work on inbreeding coefficients with the Dorcas gazelles. And interestingly enough, Sunny Stroman and I had plotted the inbreeding issues in five different species of ungulates in our collection at that point.