Everyone has ears. The ears we usually say in our daily life are actually narrow ears. Most of the time, they only mean outer ears. The broad sense of the ear also includes the middle ear and inner ear, and even the auditory nerve or auditory cortex behind the cochlea. Generally speaking, the ear is not only an auditory organ but also a sense organ. Its main function is to listen to the sound and keep the balance of the body.


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Three auditory ossicles in the ear

1. Although the ears are inconspicuous, the structure of the ears is extremely amazing

The three auditory ossicles (malleus, incus and stapes) in the ear are the smallest bones in the human body. They are connected end to end and are not as big as a coin. Although the space between middle ear and inner ear is very small, the structure is very complex, just like a maze.


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