The genome preservation capsule is used to contain a hair sample of Ian Kizu-Blair and to protect it from the catchers.
It is a derivative of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5862 by emmett and the idea of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5945
Regarding the license - thing 5862 has a CC-BY-SA license, which I proliferate here. Thing 5945 claims to have all rights reserved on the extrusion of a logo that is in the public domain. I do not support this claim, but therefore do not provide the STL file for the biohazard sign. You can basically generate your own puzzle from the STL file of any "coin" type thing or with a little more work any other logo. There is a parameter (d=...) that allows to scale the extrusion depth to an useful level.
Print two of each part, except for the one that says "donotprint". Paint. Assemble.
Or fix the symmetry in the scad file and make it so that you have a single model that needs to be printed six times.