(Also called marota), when they are manipulated from below by a lower axis, but their upper limbs are manipulated through rods, and sometimes their useful hand is that of the puppeteer himself.
They are dolls that show us the whole body and are animated, often, on a medium-height counter, with more or less sophisticated mechanisms for the back of the head and the different limbs, depending on the number of manipulators.
They are puppets that are driven by mechanical elements, and the manipulator is not always necessary for them to move.
The collection includes pieces from award-winning shows by the company Teia Moner. It also has a space where puppets used in therapy and education by different professionals in the performing arts, teaching and health are exhibited.