There’s one more item on my new-semester to-do list.
This is the slide collection. The humans have thousands and thousands of slides in hundreds of boxes, all carefully sorted by room, lesson, and subject.
One of the human female’s colleagues has spent hours and hours making sure that each and every slide is in place and the box inserts are accurate.
While I respect the effort involved, I just can’t resist my natural instincts.
So this Balanoglossus (common name Amphioxus) pharynx slide …
…is going to go live here in a motor neuron slide slot, and I’m putting a neuron in with the Amphioxus.
The grades on the first lab practical exam should be interesting indeed.