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ar can be divided into three regions the 0u1ei ear. iniddle ear. at id inner ear.
Throuter ear cnnsists of the external pinna and the auditory (ilDd|_ which collect
sound waves and channel them to the tympanic membrane eardrum) separating
The mammalian ear can be divided into three regions: the outer ear, middle ear,
and inner ear. The outer ear consists of the external pinna and the auditory canal,
which collect sound waves and channel them to the tympanic membrane ...
However, as in amphibiars, sound is conducted from the tympanic membrane to
the inner ear by a single bone, the stapes. Concept Check 49.2 1. Low are
statocysts adaptive for animals that burrow underground orlive deep in the ocean
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