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Body and Structure

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Transcript of Body and Structure

Movement Sequence / Motif
Resting
Walking
Sensing the environment
Eating
Fighting and Mating
BODY
Axis of Length
Dynamic Alignment
Head Tail
Cross-Lateral Body Organization
Tight Lift and Arm Circle
Change of Support
Condension and Extension
Gestural Movement
Successive Body
Phrasing
Effort
Action Drive
(Fighting(Pushing) /Preying)
Dab in eyes movement
Mobile State (Resting)
Remote State (Walking)
Impactive Effort Phrasing
Shape
Pin
Ball

Space
Forward / Backward
Differences
Chameleons
Human
Vertical
Sagittal
Yield to Push
Reach to Pull
Pattern of body organization
Change of support to 4 limbs and tail
Body & Environment
I live in warm habitats. Rain Forest to desert condition.
Crest/Horns and Long Tail (help me balance)
Tongs-like toes and sharp claw
specialized feet allow chameleons to grip tightly onto narrow or rough branches
my eyes structure helps me lessen head movement
changing color to protect myself
I can't fly, but i have a strong tongue to help prey my insect
I roll into a Ball Shape when i was threaten, so that my body appears bigger
I sense the wind and move forward and backward, so that i looks like a leaves
Five Toes
Change of support to 4 limbs but not tail
Claws
Nails
vertebral column
vertebrate
Mammals
full 360-degree arc of vision around their bodies
approximately 120 degrees of arc
Same
One Dimensional
Thanks for you time!
Four Legs
Two Legs
My
Body Structure
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