What does a lump in the throat, a prickle down the spine, and wobbly legs look like?
Feelings can be felt in the body. If you pay attention to the what heat, pressure, movement, and other sensations feel like in the body, you might notice that mad feels very different from sad and there are lots of flavors of feelings that don't have names yet. Can you tell when someone is sad? You might also notice that other people make different shapes with their body when they feel a certain way.
These creatures are part of an ongoing exploration illustrating the felt sense associated with emotions.