And I think that’s the thing that we’ve lost in the zoo world to a large degree is people with a farm background, with an animal livestock background, with an animal husbandry, you know. And in those, in the early days, there were a lot of people who came to the zoo world with animal husbandry training and backgrounds and degrees, and even a fair number of directors that had degrees in animal husbandry, or in a, or in a biological science. I don’t want to, you know, probably get in trouble here. But, you know, from an animal standpoint, not from a business standpoint, from an animal standpoint, the only thing worse for an animal collection of say having an MBA run the place would be to have a lawyer be the zoo director. (chuckling) I’ll make somebody mad.