Which Part of Your Ear Do Sound Waves Enter through?


The outer ear is called the pinna, and is the visible part of the ear. The main job of the outer ear is to collect sound. Sound waves travel through the outer ear, into the ear canal, and make their way to the middle ear.
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The middle ear contains three tiny bones known as the ossicles:
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They vibrate.
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