From: Forbes

David Rockefeller Sr., the grandson of oil baron John D. Rockefeller, still keeps up the beetle collection he started during a family vacation to Maine when he was 10. The collection is now over 80 years old, and comprises 157,000 specimens of about 900 species.

Along with owning several “types,” or prime examples of species, Rockefeller has helped discover several new species, and has “two or three named after him,” according to his spokesman Peter Johnson. “He doesn’t travel looking for them, but if you’re on a walk and he sees one, he’ll go grab it before you even notice it’s there.”


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