Comstock specializes in the replication of natural habitats and specific biomes for display within living environments compatible for the health and safety of animals and guests. While creating an exhibit landscape concept, Comstock researches the animal's natural environment and try to replicate that as faithfully as possible within the constraints of the exhibit area. A majority of the focus for these projects is on seeking out information about the animal's behavior as it relates to containment (i.e. knowing how far an animal can jump, whether it can swim, and how strong it is to ensure that it is safely housed in the exhibit and separated from members of the public). While working on an exhibit, a Comstock collaborates with curators, keepers, zoo educators, and veterinarians to determine the best way to accommodate the needs of both animals and visitors.