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Symmetry, Volume 9, Issue 5 (May 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) European Robins show a right eye/left brain hemisphere superiority for magnetic compass [...] Read more. European Robins show a right eye/left brain hemisphere superiority for magnetic compass orientation. As a result, robins are tuned properly to fly to their breeding grounds both binocularly and with the right eye, but fail with their left. This lateralization develops during the first winter and can be temporarily removed in spring by covering the right eye. Very likely, asymmetry of magnetic compass perception depends on lateralized interhemispheric interactions that can be changed in young birds. Photograph: Ulmus Media/www.shutterstock.com. View the paper