The curators, I think, worked very well together. I can bring one example, in Switzerland. As mentioned before, I was curator of mammals and birds and a fellow curator in Bern was curator of birds. And by the way, Klaus Robin was another student of Heini Hediger. And we more or less managed the bird collection in Bern and Zurich as one unit. We usually telephoned once or twice a week about surplus and exchanges and so on. But in spite of this, every transfer was confirmed in a written loan agreement. We didn’t just transfer the animals, but we actually made a formal loan agreement for every specimen.