Most people never see the inside of this prep room. It’s where some of the humans fix broken equipment and keep batteries, spare parts, and other sciency bits.
Look at all the light bulbs for the many different microscopes! I did not know there were so many different kinds.
Or that they were so delightfully… fragile. Where’s that glass waste container?
How do the humans ever find the kind they need? What does all the labeling gibberish even mean? What is a BLC =120V30W? I have helpfully re-organized them into seven very simple categories: too big, too small, wrong wattage, wrong voltage, wrong base, wrong shape, and pre-shaken for quick blow-out.