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The ear's ability to hear is truly remarkable.
The ear is made up of several components, the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear.
The Outer Ear
The outer ear is the part that we see. The ear reflects and directs sounds into the middle ear. The shape of the ear has a distinct effect on the sound that is directed into our middle ear, and sounds that are reflected away.
The Middle Ear
The middle ear is the tube that connects the outer ear to the inner ear.
The Inner Ear
The inner ear is where the sound is detected, amplified and conducted through bones, and detected in the cochlea.
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