Exercise #2 Temporal Mapping 1Select a slower-moving individual. Create a temporal map of this individual’s movement by noting the time at which your observations occur. Do this by selecting a body part and describing its movements. How is this body part used across time? How does it move? What does it do? When does it do it? See how this part of the body moves relative to other parts of the body. Look for the rhythms of any synchronized movements that you notice. You can pick any part a hand or foot, lips or tongue, an elbow, wing or fin, the abdomen, head, or butt whatever, depending on your species, of course. Keep it simple and watch carefully. Note any natural or artificial temporal elements that you think might be constraining/affecting your subject’s behavior.