The ear is the organ that allows animals to hear and balance. In animals, the ear is divided into three sections: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The pinna and ear canal comprise the outer ear, which is the only visible component of the ear in most mammals. The tympanic cavity and the three ossicles are located in the middle ear. The inner ear contains structures that are important for various senses, including balance and hearing. The ears of vertebrates are arranged roughly symmetrically on either side of the skull, which assists with sound localization. With this human ear model, structural knowledge will be provided with ease.
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