The three smallest bones in the human body are the auditory ossicles found in the middle ear - they are the malleus, stapes, and incus. More commonly known as the hammer, stirrup, and anvil.
In the ear you find the smallest bones in your body. Refer to related question below.
The smallest are in the ear and the majority of bones are in your feet
Yes they are the smallest bones of the body
in your ear
The malleus, the incus, and the stapes are the three smallest bones in the human body and they are all in the ear.
The three smallest bones in the body can be found in your middle ear.
In the inner ear.
The smallest bones in the body are in your ear, so if you got a picture of the bones in your inner ear, you would have a picture of it.
Auditory ossicles of the ear are the smallest bones of the body.
The smallest bone in the human body is the stapes (or stirrup) in the ear.
The body's smallest bones are the three auditory ossicles of the middle ear; therefore, anywhere other than the middle ear would be where they are NOT.
it support and it give shape