A prominent colorectal surgeon named Dr Francis Seow-Choen is already fascinated with bugs of the parasitic sort found in the human gastrointestinal system. However, he grew up fascinating over other types of creep-crawlies–Stick and Leaf Insects.
The surgeon has just completed his fourth and most comprehensive book covering the vast species of these types of insects. So comprehensive in fact that the doctor dedicated twenty years of his life to studying the species found in his book, and the book itself took three years to complete. His book looks extensively at fifty-two different and new species of leaf and stick insects located in Borneo. Even the director of Natural History Publications of Borneo has found the doctors book to be a major advancement in entomological science.
What makes the good doctors discoveries so unique to bug-science is that finding these particular species of bugs is incredibly dangerous as locating them for study normally involves spending several days and nights in the harsh south east Asian jungles. Also, stick and bug insects are, as you would assume, very difficult to find in the wild, as these bugs are known for their evolutionarily advanced forms of camouflage. The doctor has risked his life in the harsh and dangerous wilderness to indulge his love for these unique bugs, or, just maybe, he needs a break from examining people’s rectums, you make your own call.
Do you have a labor of love similar to this? What is it?