The external, middle and inner ear contains the organs of balance and hearing
The visible, flexible external ear is called auricle or pinna.It directs sound waves to the ear canal called external auditory meatus.
The ear canal is lined with hairs and ceremonious glands that produce earwax to protect the eardrum or timpanic membrane
The middle ear contains the ossicles:Malleus or hammer, incus or anvil and stapes or stirrup. These bones transmit the sound vibration from the timpanic membrane to the oval window, the round window connects with the inner ear