submitted by Fredric259 75 days ago (via lookbook.nu)
In an individual with regular hearing, the acoustic waves go into in with the exterior ear. They at that point take a trip with the inner ear and in to a shell-like pipe called the cochlea, which has lots of fluid. When the liquid relocate makes lots of microscopic hairs turn the resonances coming from the audio into nerve impulses.
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