I’d trained this eagle by the way, in the Amazon. And I had taken it on lecture tours and things like that, but it relied on me. I was the object that was feeding it. And I could get into the whole philosophy of trapping and training. When you train something like that, what you do is you lower the flight zone. So normally an animal has a flight zone where if you get that close, they’ll take off and run away from you. But when you train something, you lower that flight zone down to zero, then you gotta be careful because in the case of an eagle or some of the big cats, you have to be a little bit concerned about the attack zone. It’s the old saying, familiarity breeds contempt.