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方位磁石, ほういじしゃく

  • hōijishaku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • compass

Examples of 方位磁石,ほういじしゃく in a Sentence

Charles Walcot investigated the magnetic compass bearing sense in pigeons.
But the compass isn't in the head of the bee, it's in the body.
Do they have something like a compass?
I have no sense of direction so I always travel with a compass.
But where is this compass?

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