And we know this, for example, for cheetahs. They need to get the choice which mate they select. And these behavioral aspects are so far largely neglected. It’s mostly the genetic aspects that are considered. And there again, it’s one big danger that inbreeding is thought as being the worst thing. Of course, if it can avoid inbreeding, it’s great because we lose with inbreeding genetic variability. But there are a lot of very, very strong zoo populations that are totally inbred. And the best example is not the zoo animal but the golden hamster that was discovered in the ’30s of last century.