Noun, No-adjective
1. syrinx (part of a bird); lower larynx
  • ちょうるい鳥類
  • はっせい発声
  • において
  • 真に
  • きょういてき驚異的な
  • てん
  • めいかん鳴管
  • ふた2つ
  • そくめん側面
  • どくりつ独立
  • して
  • うご動く
  • ことができる
  • いう
  • こと
  • である
  • The truly remarkable feature of sound production by birds is that the two sides of the syrinx can act independently.
Wikipedia definition
2. Syrinx (bird anatomy)2: tympanum, 3: first group of syringeal rings, 4: pessulus, 5: membrana tympaniformis lateralis, 6: membrana tympaniformis medialis, 7: second group of syringeal rings, 8: main bronchus, 9: bronchial cartilage]] Syrinx is the name for the vocal organ of birds. Located at the base of a bird's trachea, it produces sounds without the vocal cords of mammals.
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