Our bodies are more than just the beastly vessels our souls must live in—they are complex systems of muscle, bone, and smells that work together so that we can go to our jobs, eat our food, and use our toilets. Learn more about the bodily systems that make it all possible:
The Nervous System: Transmitters all over your body send messages to your brain so that you know whether you're feeling hot, cold, or all of the blood draining out of your right leg.
The Digestive System: This unfair part of your body converts vegetables into energy but turns all good-tasting foods into fat and compressed air.
The Circulatory System: Your body is a factory of hot juices. The circulatory system keeps these juices moving so you stay at the comfortable and healthy temperature of freshly cooked soup.
The Skeletal System: The core of your being is a bunch of hollow, brittle sticks that future species will dig up and use to guess what you looked like when you still had skin and dignity.