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The outer part of the human ear is located on both sides of your head.
The very most outer part of the ear acts as a funnel to catch sound waves.
The ear canal acts as a passage way for sound waves to travel through to reach the ear drum.
Ossicles-Malleus Incus Stapes
When the ear drum vibrates, this moves a chain of bones known as the ossicles-alleus, incus, and stapes.
The last bone knocks the on the membrane of the cochlea, making the fluid of the cochlea move.
The movement of the liquid in the cochlea cause the hairs in the cochlea to move, which send signals to the brain to interpret as sound.
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