The skull bone known as the temporal bone houses the apparatus of the interal and middle chambers of the ear.
The temporal bone of the skull protects the three chambers of the ear and the very delicate auditory ossicles (little bones) of the middle ear. The ossicles do not protect anything. Their sole function is to amplify and transmit sound vibrations from the tympanic membrane to the oval window.
The ______ protects the ear, collects sounds, and channels them to the middle ear . Outer ear
The outer ear
The length of ear canal protects the ear drum..rather the pinna also engage in this process...
NO. The eardrum is the divider between the outer and middle ear chambers. The oval window is the divider between the middle and inner ear chambers.
You can palpate the mastoid process of the temporal bone behind your ear. Your ear also lies in the same skull bone.
extremely big because you dont have an ear bone