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How does a person's one ear works?

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Ears are pretty simple, sounds are caused by vibrations in the air, when it goes to your ear it is passed along your drum, witch hits your Hammer, Anvil, and Stirrup (3 tiny bones in your ear) witch are attached to another part of your ear, filled with a liquid. In the little area, in the liquid, are little hairs, when the water vibrates the hairs are tickled and pass a message to your brain ;) witch lets you hear.

Their is also another part to your ear, witch allows you to balance properly, basicly it's a area with liquid, and hairs, witch tell your brain about balance, when these are sending singles rapidly from all over, you feel dizzy. --81.109.141.248 00:02, 14 April 2009 (UTC)

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